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I tried animating 3 different balls: Golf, Bowling, and Rubber. :smiley:

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#4

Nice job there Steve, Think you may have got the next lecture done already too :wink:

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#5

Ohhh pretty! Nice job on the bounce!

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#6

Create a new element, “bouncy-metal” ^^:

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A perpetual bouncy ball, I struggled with lighting and animating the camera.

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Rubber floor, using SHAPEKEYS.

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Boucnig bowling ball, raquetball, kickball, and marble.

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Bouncing Ball

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Hello everyone! Here is my bouncing ball!

#13

Could do with a bit more info about different curve types and and a less circuitous discussion.

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variation of the bouncing ball. Magnet moving inside a Leslie speaker.

So many things we can do with the graph editor.

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a bowling ball


and a baseball

EDIT: and because those were unsatisfying OpenGL renders, here’s a cycles render of the bowling ball :slight_smile: