At the moment I have done a door animation in 3dsmax.
Door is closed at frame 0. Between frame 0 and 20 it opens. Then I don't know how to animate - What shall be between frame 20 and 100?
Shall it be open, 20-80 and then I animate it to close 80-100? Or shall I just close directly after frame 20 and closed at frame 40? How does it works and how should I do? I don't know how to scrpt it yet but I think I need to make the animation first.
Just to clear out things, I want my door to be opened via pressing a button at the wall, and it is a sci-fi "blast door" that opens very fast, if it makes any diffrence.
asked Oct 31 '10 at 06:26 PM
You could either make an animation that opens, stays open, and then closes, but that would mean you would have to tinker with the animation when you should ever decide to change the opening time of a door. Also you might not want it to shut down automatically while you are walking through.
answered Oct 31 '10 at 11:16 PM
For my project, I did four door animation..
hope this helps.. :)
answered Oct 31 '10 at 11:36 PM