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Hi! This is an old tutorial without using constraints and other norms on what it should be before you animate. This is simply a guide I did for a free tutorial session on our university. I tried my best to reduce complex terms and did not apply much animation logic because there is an issue I've been given with a time.
The Story behind this video:
A seminar of viewport animations for only three days, but sadly, the students does not know and have no background of what 3D animations work, the worst part is much more, this is a viewport session.
Forgive me, they only gave me 1hr a day and total of days to be used are only 3 days :(. So I decided to make use of one tool and simplifying the whole thing using no constraints at all.
So forgive me guys. If you are watching this and are knowledgeable already, this is for noobs and those who wanted to learn quickly.
NOTE THAT THIS DOES NOT DISCUSS CONSTRAINTS AND ANIMATION LOGIC.
This is more like a reference guide.
ALSO NOTICE THAT WE USED A VERY OLD DECOMPILER FOR TUTORIAL'S SAKE ONLY
If you have any questions, comment down below.
I'll remake this into a series of tutorials if you like my vids.
Copyright Notice, I do not own any of the background music.
OUTPUT: Deagle Demo Animations