Could someone help with cool 3d please

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Could someone help with cool 3d please

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Hi All Ive been using cool 3d studio to make spinning football logos in fact any spinning logos for mobile screensavers... but can anyone tell me how i could do this double one like the screensaver ive uploaded. Any help would be appreciated. thank you in advance :D
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To make a double, you need to add a second object. When the first one is to the back, you fade-out, make it invisible, then start the second one from the same position as you left the first one, then bring its position forward. You say you've been making them, so about the only difference will be that you'll be working with 2 objects in your project instead of just one.
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Thank You very much Ron P for your quick reply. I will give that a go. :)
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