experiment 2

Expanding on the previous animation, this got more complex than I could handle very quickly. I found that, in order to eliminate the original cell after a secondary split-off, I had to go back and delete the original animation just as the new one was beginning; that was fine, but the real challenge here is that the cells multiply so fast, which is really something that I ought to have anticipated.

In addition to the practical issues around making the animation this way, it just really doesn’t look how I’d like it to. There’s not enough of a pattern, it doesn’t look that great.. I’m going to have to think of another way to approach this.

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