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Flash Tutorials — Animation

Flash » Animation — over 9 years ago
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This time, we're going to take a look at how to use one of the most useful animation techniques -- stretch and squash. Use it and see how much more attractive your animation becomes!
Flash » Animation — over 9 years ago
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This tutorial will teach you how to model a battery cell using cylinders and then animate this cell for a run-out animation that will be used in a future tutorial to create a Flash Lite screensaver.
Flash » Animation — over 9 years ago
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Making a great image presentation tutorial with flash.
Flash » Animation — over 9 years ago
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See this tutorial and learn how to create on a simple way, very attractive photo appearance.
Flash » Animation — over 9 years ago
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Adobe Flash tutorial for beginners. Using my website as an example, the lesson covers a simple time line animation from beginning to end.
Flash » Animation — over 9 years ago
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If you can create motion/shape tweens, it's a great idea to learn how to modify them a little bit. In this videotutorial, I explain how to ease in or ease out your motion/shape tweens.
Flash » Animation — over 9 years ago
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Using this tutorial, you will see how to create on a simple way with no action script code, attractive and very modern photo presentation.
Flash » Animation — over 9 years ago
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Using this lesson, you will see how to create very advanced and modern line art header using some special flash tips and tricks.
Flash » Animation — over 9 years ago
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Have you ever finished animating something only to decide that you need to change it's placement on the stage or size on the screen? You can move all of the frames at the same time, you just need to use the "Edit Multiple Frames" feature.
Flash » Animation — over 9 years ago
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In this tutorial, I will demonstrate a quick and easy zoom in/out technique using a motion tween and a little ActionScript.
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