What is Parent/Child Relationships?

The parent-child relationship is important because it defines the hierarchy of objects in a scene. It also determines how the objects will be rendered. The parent object will always be rendered before the child objects. This is because the child objects are contained within the parent object.

The parent-child relationship can be used to create complex scenes with multiple objects. By nesting objects, you can create intricate scenes with many levels of detail. Parent-child relationships can also be used to control the rendering order of objects. By changing the parent-child relationship, you can change the order in which objects are rendered.