Once you have entered a series of drawings and exposures, you can create cycles out of them in several ways.
You can loop your drawings using the following command:
When you create a drawing cycle, all the repeated drawings are linked to the same original files. When modify, repaint, or correct a drawing named “1” for example, all drawings named “1” are updated simultaneously. In order to modify a drawing independently from its other exposures, you must duplicate the drawing.
In the Timeline view, select the cell range to loop.
- Right-click on the selection and select Create Cycle or in the Timeline toolbar, click the Create Cycle button (you may have to customize the toolbar to display it).
The Create Cycle dialog box opens.
- Enter the number of cycles you want, including the current selection.