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Thread: Animated/varying gradient keys: uses for? : Transition to Fall effect

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    Not quite sure what you mean.

    However I'm not a theoretician, I don't spend time thinking deeply about nodes in an abstract context. I'm more practical than that - I just have a problem and throw some nodes at it 'till it goes away, not the other way around, coming up with a clever nodal network then working out what use it might be.
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    No worries, and thanks for the example: the thing about the moving key approach is, it's like learning "Reverse Polish Notation", super confusing and 'backwards', but allows you to do some wacky stuff.

    Sort of like how I hear Houdini is.

    (Or that programming thing where a routine calls itself....)
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