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How do I make Edelkrone animation

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Hi, I'm Sadiq,
I've been interested in and doing videography for a few years - one of my favourite brand in this field is Edelkrone. I haven't used its products much but for a little time I used them, I liked the quality of them. Currently I'm studying 3D Motion Design to improve my videography and video editing skills. I thought a lot about what my first project should be, I had to choose a project that wouldn't be boring when I'm working on it and it should have a rather simple models so I don't have much difficulty working on it.
Then I decided on making animations of Edelkrone's products because that I like that brand and their models aren't that much complex.

Ucan read read the article with animations here: https://teletype.in/@mirsadiq/R_5VOJGdm


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Cool animations bro! If you really just started using these programs it's already pretty impressive. The only tiny bit of cirizism i can give you is that you could make it slower so the viewer has more time to look at whats happening in the videos hahahah

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