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69. Combine circular and other motions

Objects can have more than one motion attached to them. For example an airplane may be flying forward and up. A leave falling from a tree is rotating and moving down. You can do the same in your programs: you can add several motions together to create a more complex motion. In this episode we combine linear motions, circular motion and a bit of randomness.

Tags: animation, circular, motion

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