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Trouble creating a realistic car motion / animation.

Discussion in 'Animation' started by rpl89, Jul 10, 2018.

  1. rpl89

    rpl89

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    Hi i'm in the process of creating an animation of a non playable vehicle in my game. I am finding it pretty difficult using Unitys animation tools to create a realistic motion of the vehicle. Anyone have any tips? Thanks
     
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  2. BrandyStarbrite

    BrandyStarbrite

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    What type of car motion, are you trying to create?
    Eg. Driving, crashing, flat tire etc.
     
  3. TeddyGad

    TeddyGad

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    I'm fairly certain any vehicle animation in Unity is possible, but I'm also trying to learn it- there's an awesome animation of a Ferrari in motion posted with the "Works in Progress"
     
  4. Automoda

    Automoda

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    You know there are assets in the store that claim to be good at vehicle motion. Not sure how it works with stuff thats not player controlled, but look in to it.