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Controlling Expressions and Motions in Unity.

How do I get about doing this?

I followed the examples here live2dofficial.tumblr.com/post/93827293578/complete-tutorial-list-programming-part-2-motions

I should mention that I'm trying to integrate the SDK with Fungus (A Unity Package for Visual Novels) and suggestions indicate that I should create a class that controls the expressions/motions.

tl;dr

I want to use a custom Fungus script to control the emotions and expressions of individual Live2D canvasses.

How do I?

A.) Find and Get individual Live2D canvass objects in the scene hierarchy and use it in a custom class?
B.) Control the individual Live2D canvass' expressions and motions in that custom class?
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