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When rotating Size change

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting: Bugs, Questions and Support' started by thomatoes50, Jul 16, 2016.

  1. thomatoes50

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    I think this bug have a link with another bug.
    An object in a prefab with a particular angle would be deformed/ sized down.

    Here it's the same thing with animated object


    Ps: can you add .blend file please
     

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  2. Nadeox1

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    Can you show how you set up your animation?
     
  3. thomatoes50

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    Ziped the blender file
     

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  4. Nadeox1

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    Why are you using an armature?
    I'm not too practical with that, but you can just keyframe the object you want to animate instead of using armatures.
     
  5. thomatoes50

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    I think it's the proper way to animate part of a mesh.
    When I began to do 3D stuff I was like "Nope, I won't be able to handle 3D animation" but it is really simple and you can find good tutorial on rigging. Of course rigging a character is more complex than a turning arrow.

    One disadvantages of whole object animation is you have to separate every parts you want to animate and I want to save has much as possible.

    I did found a workaround, I had to define in every keyframe the size but this isn't a good way to work.

    This bug is here since the DX11 move.
     
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