Controlling Zaxwerks ProAnimator Pivot-Point
Controlling Zaxwerks ProAnimator Pivot-Point
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: Serge Hamad
: Controlling Zaxwerks ProAnimator Pivot-Point
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Controlling ProAnimator's pivot point has always been a daunting task! In this video tutorial, Creative COW leader, Serge Hamad will share with you a simple but very effective trick to gain ABSOLUTE control over the Pivot-Point and consequently greatly enhance your ProAnimator animations.
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