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Old 16-05-2003, 06:45 PM   #1
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Default Duplicating animation

I have this little animation:

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All going well. But what I really want it to have, say, 6 of that thing dancing. Like in a britney video or something.

Is there anyway to just duplicate that thing and move the duplicate and keep all the animation.
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Yeah, you can look in the docs under DYNAMICS for Partical Instancing / Replacement.

You should be able to create as many particles as you want, then, instance your animated dude to each particle, thus, duplicating the dancing dude.

I believe you can "offset" the animation as well to make them all seem like separate dancing dudes
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excellent, I'll look into that.
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