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Old August 14th, 2010, 03:16 PM
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How do I make a sphere rolling on the ground?

Hi.
I've been trying to get my wits around Bryce 7 (the free one) but can't seem to get a simple thing to happen.

I'd like to make a sphere (maybe a pool ball, etc.) To roll toward the camera and stop.

Two things have been problematic:
1. I thought the Z plane would move the sphere closer and further from the camera, but it seems like the default camera position is tilted to the side of the sphere.
2. How would you make the roll coordinate with the position the ball is in on the ground?

Is there a tutorial that shows this?

Thanks.

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