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MugenFTW

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  1. Thanks for your response guys! I've achieved the effect I was after by using a mix of SVG's and images for parts as advised. I had already run the SVG through SVGOMG so there wasn't much to gain there but after replacing the counter parts with an image a saw a massive improvement. I'll post a link here when it's all finished Thanks Anthony
  2. Hi there Green Sock! I'm having a hard time getting this animation to run smoothly, it's a bit jumpy at times and not as smooth as I would like it to be. I have tried adding in rotation and Z related options that don't seem to have much affect. I have other GSAP + ScrollMagic animations happening on the page too which won't be helping the performance either. I'm not sure if there's just too much going on for this to ever run buttery smooth? Any suggestions? Is canvas the answer? (i.e. PixiJS + GSAP?) Thanks, Anthony
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