Basic and simple animation

Just got an idea to make a simple and basic animation, without any special things for it, nothing much…but here goes nothing:

http://hem.bredband.net/blendergfx/simpleanim4.avi

and here is the blend if you want to take a look at it:
http://hem.bredband.net/blendergfx/simple_anim.blend

took about 5-10 min to do, the animation itself, the extra light and show-offs took a little longer, but it just shows how fast you can make a simple animaton in Blender…

Cool, I really like it. Indeed you can create animations in a few minutes, it’s just playing around with the rot, loc and such to get some good results.

The only problem with me is that I can’t get the time good. Sometimes my animations are too fast or a way too slow, what’s a good keyframe amount to have 1 second? 25 frames? :slight_smile:

I like it. The little stars above the blocks are a cute idea.

The only thing you have to watch out for is the bezier interpolation between keyframes. If you watch closely, the incoming block veers away just before impact. Goto the IPO curve editor and edit so that that particular point (of impact) has a nice, sharp bend.

Yes, it’s easy to do simple animation.
watch out for cube#2, when he is hit, the motion look too smooth and after the collission #2 good too fast.

this animation isn’t about precision or correctness to 100%

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