Complex Obstacle Drop
- Software: Blender 2.78
Upping the Ante
This exercise is designed to be an application of the information learned in Chapter 3 of the Animation Bootcamp course, especially the Obstacle Drop I and II lessons. The assignment is essentially to animate a physics simulation. Using two or more different kinds of balls and an uneven ground, your challenge is to animate believable bounces and chain reactions that occur between your different balls. You can choose a simpler 2-ball interaction or more balls for a bigger challenge. Simple obstacle drop Complex obstacle drop
- Download the Complex Obstacle Drops: Source Files from the Downloads tab. Unzip and open one of the included .blend files with Blender. Also you're welcome to create your own variation of balls and ground.
- Animate 2+ different types of balls dropping on an uneven ground and achieve believable chain-reaction-bouncing for each according to its type.
- Render your animation as an openGL viewport render.
- Upload your video to YouTube or Vimeo.
- Finally, submit your exercise by clicking the Submit Exercise button in the top-right corner of this page and pasting your video's URL.
Rules of the Exercise
1Animation for 2 or more balls is believable and involves physical interaction between balls.
2Submission is in video format.
3Use one of the scene files provided or make a variation of your own.
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