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Creating the same center for two seperate shapes?

New Here ,
Feb 20, 2021 Feb 20, 2021

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Im animating shadows under circular trees with CSS after export. The problem is when im rotating the shadows WITH the suns movement the moon formed shadow shapes (details in attachment) they circle around a different center than the actually circle(tree).

 

Any ideas on how to adjsut the center of the moonshaped shadow? Or anythingelse for that matter.

 

If that makes sense? I'm not sure how to explain this any better. 

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Feb 20, 2021 Feb 20, 2021

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this is taking place in the browser or some other surrounding? I would ask in web development forums.

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Well that depends on the soloution. And the soloution im aiming for isn't changing the already working CSS animation code. I'm rotating the layer or id around its center. So if there is a way to kinda create a transparant "shadow" shape instead of actually deleting the rest of the circle layer adjusting its center. 

 

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Well that depends on the soloution. And the soloution im aiming for isn't changing the already working CSS animation code. I'm rotating the layer or id around its center. So if there is a way to kinda create a transparant "shadow" shape instead of actually deleting the rest of the circle layer adjusting its center. 

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