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Flash Tutorials

Flash » Drawing — over 9 years ago
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With the digital age of illustration, the efficiency and aesthetic of design has been shaped by the functionality of tools. Though it does provide relief for laborious tasks; we all too often receive a payoff that lacks spontaneity and life. Rather than working rigidly and formulaic, it is more rewarding to produce art in a pliable and organic manner. As an animator, I strive to preserve and push rhythm and flow in design.
Flash » Effects — almost 10 years ago
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Use Actionscript to create particle explosions which will come in handy in games, animations and visualizations.
Flash » Game Development — over 6 years ago
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This tutorial will give you an alternative to 3D for racing games in ActionScript 3. No external framework is required for this old-school style example.
Flash » Basics — about 10 years ago
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In this tutorial I will teach you how to create a drop down menu effect using flash 8.
Flash » Effects — over 10 years ago
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Create a moving fog like the one at Linkin Park homepage
Flash » Interactivity — over 10 years ago
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In this tutorial, you have a chance to learn how to create photo gallery in flash 8 with no Action Script.
Flash » Text Effects — over 10 years ago
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This tutorial will teach you how to create text crossing on a simple way using the Motion Tween.
Flash » Basics — over 10 years ago
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Using this simple lesson, you will learn how to apply vanishing effect on any picture.
Flash » Actionscript — almost 10 years ago
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Flash allows you to create many cool effects using only (or almost only) ActionScript. In this tutorial, I'm going to take you through the process of creating such an effect.
Flash » Navigation — over 10 years ago
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In this tutorial, Craig Campbell shows you how to create a basic slideshow from scratch by importing pictures into their own keyframes and creating "next" and "previous" buttons so the user can cycle through the images.
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