Stupid question. Can I tween a number of curves through a set of curves, but not necessarily using the ‘in between’ input curves? So all the in betweens are merely influence, and then I have some kind of uniform distance between the steps? See attached - I want some of the lines to influence acceleration of tweening, but then quickly I get too many steps in between 0-1, whereas I want kinda evenly spaced intervals between 0-4.
Maybe I could use graph mapper but it wouldn’t be intuitive, especially if there’s a feature that can already do this (99% sure I’m just dumb). This just has a domain from 0-4 with 25 steps hooked up. I’m thinking of ways to link distance between end points of curve 0 and curve 4 but it seems over the top.
Ah dang, not ‘How to ask effective questions’! That’s Discourse101 for ‘we got ourselves a noob here’. I did try to make it effective. The file won’t explain much more than the question and image already does, but here it is.
Yep! And like most noobies, you don’t know what information in a model is useful and relevant, At the very least, posting your geometry saves everyone the trouble of duplicating your geometry, quite possibly in ways that don’t match your data. Another day, another noobie arguing about why to follow the suggested procedure. ZZZ…
I can get something like, this, but it’s just handle dragging rather than anything with defined steps. Thanks guys for typifying exact attitudes for why I send questions to tech@mcneel rather than bothering with here. Sigh.
It is all in the values, use a graph or something similar. Or space your input curves more uniformly. I have some plans to add equalization to the tween curve options like the other tween components I have do, but have not got around to it as curves are more involved than other geometry types, lots of conditions to consider for. It is on my to do list.