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Old 7th Jun 2017, 11:33 AM   #1
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Hey, just thought I'd post this as it may benefit anyone who wanted to animate their loco model on rails. Not really a 'tutorial', but if you pause at the beginning I do show the Bullet Tab and you can spot settings etc. I know that not everyone can get their head around this kind of thing, so every bit of material helps. Cheers guys

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That's a great solution. I'd be interested to see if the shaking looked realistic in a final animation.
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That is very cool!
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That is very cool!
Thanks Rigel, I'm aware you can do it as easy by getting the rolling stock to follow the spline you make the track with - but yeah this is cool b/c no keyframing and crashes Mwahaha

Crook, I think it'd be fine for old trains/freight etc, but maybe a bit excessive for modern passenger /shrug
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