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Old 12 December 2009   #1
Tuening page in a book

I've tried several times and ended up with 70 frames. I'm well aware of the jumpms the animation does, but u must understand that I'm just a beginner. Now is the right time to mention that I dont have signature/avatar in ur site, and I'd love to put some sig.. Another issue that I couldn't fine on the web is a basic tutorial on animating an orbit.

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Old 12 December 2009   #2
First thing I can think of is path deform. Havent done those in ages so you have to play a detective there. But its a start.

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No worries about jumping bits. You did better than me when learning animation back in the day.
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