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Hello guys. I made a  swing. I don't know if I over complicated the things but here is the an image:

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So I want to resize my whole shape and have the animation. usually it works just to scale down, but now when I do that everything falls apart. I tried connect objects and delete and still no better result. even tried NitroBake to make keyframes of it but still not the proper result. so am I just made a horrible mistake somewhere or it suppose to be this hard to scale the swing? 😄 

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Create copy of your main null object, switch to Object mode (from Model mode) and scale as need...

 

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    17 minutes ago, bezo said:

    Create copy of your main null object, switch to Object mode (from Model mode) and scale as need...

     

    ccsiom.thumb.png.9da96f5f15ca3faf32e59136826f565e.png

     

     

    oh nice thanks 😄

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