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Hi, how to do flower blooming animation if i have only full bloomed flower? If we have all stages of flower then we can morph right how about full-bloomed only?

 

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depends on the flower, how it's "constructed"... if you have clearly separated petals you might be able to fake it with some bend deformers and some scaling. if the petals are interlocking much (like a rose for instance) it get's more tricky.  really depends on the flower what's the best way to approach it. if it's more complex i'd probably generate the closed state based on the full bloomed state, make pose morphs and use a morph deformer to animate that with some (probably spherical) fall-off.

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  • 6 minutes ago, everfresh said:

    depends on the flower, how it's "constructed"... if you have clearly separated petals you might be able to fake it with some bend deformers and some scaling. if the petals are interlocking much (like a rose for instance) it get's more tricky.  really depends on the flower what's the best way to approach it. if it's more complex i'd probably generate the closed state based on the full bloomed state, make pose morphs and use a morph deformer to animate that with some (probably spherical) fall-off.

    Thanks, man. Really getting the idea. Flowers are Hibiscus and Waterlilly.

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