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The course covers Autodesk 3DS Max from the ground up, providing a thorough overview of this advanced 3D graphics and modeling package. Author Aaron F. Ross covers the 3ds Max interface and walks through common tasks such as modeling, texturing, lighting, animating, and rendering. The course is centered around real-world projects that provide designers practical examples to use with the lessons.
Now I'm ready to add another link target to transfer the parenting to the robot arm's wrist. I'll move my Track Bar down to the time at which I want the link to be transferred. And it will be some time right before the robot arm lifts up. I'll set that to let say 2 seconds 25 frames. Then I'll go up here the Motion panel and click Add Link and then click on the robot arm's wrist, and a new link has been created.
And after that point in time, now the cylinder is linked to the robot arm's wrist. Wow, that's pretty cool! And then I just wanted to drop at about let's say 5 seconds 0 frames, I'll link the cylinder back down to the floor. With the Cylinder selected, in the Motion panel you'll see that the Add Link button is still active. All I need to do now is click on the room and now the object is linked back to the room at frame 150.
It's not going to drop by itself. I will have to animate that in the next movie. When I am finished, I want to turn Add Link back off again.
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