Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

In this Flash CS5 tutorial, we’ll look at how to move an object (a car) across the screen using the arrow keys to make it move left and right. You don’t need to know any ActionScript to follow this tutorial, it’s all explained.

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In this brand new tutorial for 2011, we explore the Bone Tool, first introduced in CS4. With this tool, animation goes from being a painstaking time consuming process to a simple pull of the mouse!

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In this Flash CS4 video tutorial, we’ll create our very own lightsaber using drawing tools, and then animate it so it flickers. Because real lightsabers totally do that.

[flashvideo filename=”/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/lightsaber.mp4″ image=”/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/light1.png” /]

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In this Flash CS4 video tutorial, we take a look at the old way to motion tween (now called classic motion tweening), and the new way, introduced in CS4. We look at the motion path created, and the ways of editing it, and expanding the frames in new tweens.

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In this Flash tutorial we learn how to make a cool animated sequence of squares as seen on the Nintendo Wii. This type of animation is ideal for a loading screen or preloader.

[flashvideo filename=”/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/flashingboxesfl_flv.flv” /]

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In this Flash tutorial we’ll learn how to draw and animate a realistic (but ever bouncing) ball with easing and squashing effects.

[flashvideo filename=”/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/bouncingball_flvtestage.flv” /]

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