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Flash Animation Tutorials: Step-by-Step Lessons
Take a look at these lessons on how to get started in Flash, creating your very own simple animations.
Flash Frame-By-Frame Animation: Detailed Animation Part I
Creating a detailed, full-color character animation using traditional frame-by- frame methods is a long and at times difficult process, even in Flash. For this lesson ...
Creating Your First Flash Animation Step 1 - Computer Animation
In this lesson we'll cover how to create a new blank movie file in Flash MX, and the tools and steps involved in making your first simple animation using motion ...
Flash Animation 2: Shape Tweening
With this lesson, we'll pick up at the end of where we left off in Lesson 1, with a lesson on shape tweening in Flash MX. Shape tweening can take two different ...
Traditional Animation in Flash - Computer Animation - About.com
While Flash is a good program for easy point-and-click animation, it's an even better program for bringing traditional, hand-drawn frame-by-frame animation into ...
Flash Animation 9: Adding Interactivity with Buttons
So far we've just been covering simple animation to tell a story; it required no input from the viewer other than to watch and listen. Now we're going to add user ...
Flash Animation 14: Gravity, Squash, and Stretch
It's time to learn how to use Flash with classic animation techniques to portray gravity, weight, and squash and stretch. Just in time for the winter holidays, ...
Flash Frame-By-Frame Animation: Keyframe and In-Between Basics
Flash is a fun tool for quick and easy automated animation, allowing you to create shapes and then move them about without having to draw every frame of the ...
Flash Animation 7: Let's Move, Baby.
All right, time to get our characters moving. By now you should have a script set up; I kept mine trimmed to two lines, to avoid having a 1MB animated GIF here, ...
Flash Animation 4: Animating Your E-card - Computer Animation
Now that we've set the stage for our E-card, let's go ahead and animate it. For the first part of that, we're going to use a new kind of symbol called a Movie Clip.