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Old 12-12-2005, 01:18 PM   #1
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particles follow path

Is there any straight forward way to get some particles motion to follow a curve?
Im sure its easy, but im not sure how to do it!
Any help would be mint.
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First create a particle you want ... then select cloude and go
to constrain > constrain to curve .. then play with option you want ..
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path constraint a Null... and in particles use add goal.....
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