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How to Spin an Object in Blender 2.8

A demonstration of how to animate an object spinning in Blender 2.8 and how to create a seamless looping sequence.

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About Me

Hi, I'm Henry Egloff - a multimedia artist, designer, and coder, based in Byron Bay Australia. I create digital art, design and code apps, write articles, and develop tutorials.

I specialise in designing and building dynamic and interactive media with languages like HTML, CSS, PHP, and Javascript, and using tools like Three.js, Blender, Adobe, and Unity.

I love working creatively and helping people learn.

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