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Yoyo Animation with variations in timing

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We are just trying to convert our clients Flash-Animations to GSAP.

You can see a part of it in the Codepen URL. I used a Yoyo-Animation to make the eyes blink. But to make it feel more natural, I want some variations in the blinking. The time between the blinks is now at one second. How can I achieve these variations, so that ,for example, one time it takes 1 second, the next time it takes 2 seconds and so on. How can I achieve this?

Thx in advance!

 

See the Pen xGNzaO by anon (@anon) on CodePen

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One way to do this would be to make the blink timeline repeat and yoyo. When it is complete call a function that waits a random amount of time to tell it to restart again using TweenLite.delayedCall() like

 

 

http://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/vOwaez?editors=001

 

**note I simplified the demo a little as it was hard to translate

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Diaco's solution is very nice!

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Hey, great solutions!

Thank you very much, Diaco and Carl! :)

 

I'm using Carls solution, because - for me, as a No-Coder - it's somehow more readable.

I adapted the timing it a little bit to make the blinking eyes look more natural.

 

I have to study Diaco's solution in depth, so that I understand how it's working...  :D

 

See the Pen zGQLbP by anon (@anon) on CodePen

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I pasted the wrong URL in the last message.

Here is the correct one. But it's just the adapted timing for the blinking eyes... so not much to see ;)

 

See the Pen BNePgy by anon (@anon) on CodePen

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