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Smooth out transition with angle change

Posted By MikeyMo 3 Years Ago
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I have a front facing character. At some point I need it to go 90 degrees. It needs to be quick. I keyframed the move inside of 3 frames. It's a good speed, but it appears awkward.

How do I smooth out the move to 90 degrees? The quickness of the move doesn't appear very natural.

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Switch from 0 to 45 then to 90.
If you switch from 0 to 90 directly it will be very sudden where if you put in the 45 it will look better (as if tweening).

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Thanks Jeff. Seems to be the best solution.



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