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Help with a basic 3d animation I've storyboarded.
I've been working on making a very short lead-in animation for videos I'll be posting of my Minecraft server, and I'm having some trouble. The server's called Crafti.ca, and this is the logo I've been using for it:
I wanted to put a short intro together that involved this logo, so I came up with the idea of showing it being assembled and completed by piston blocks
Linked for the unfamiliar.
This is the rough frame-by-frame I drew out for what I had in mind:
I've abstracted this a bit for my own sanity, but it gets the idea across pretty well, I hope.
it's a relatively simple job if only because the most complicated things that are moving are just the pistons, back and forth. However, there is kind of a lot of them.
It's asking a lot, but I figured it was worth a shot: is there anyone out there that'd be willing to tackle this for me? I know literally nothing about 3d animation.
Server info: mc.crafti.ca