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Feb 20, 2005 | 9:02 PM EST

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Tutorial on how to recreate an old film effect, including the actionScript for random shakes, scratches & burns. ActionScript is explained after the tutorial's last page.
Hope you'll find this useful while it's still on. It's to be deleted though..

Reviews


krazinesskraziness

Rated 3 / 5 stars

T'w00t! T'w00t!

Thank god there's a good tutorial out there for all those people who need it, eh? Good job and cute idea with the old man standing and tipping his hat. I love the black and white old-fashioned film type thing.



SniperPandaSniperPanda

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great!

Just what i have been looking for...



LavakingLavaking

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cherrorist is king of the portal

Yeah i findit hard to beleive to
but your flashes are so good
this one is no execption.

Oh yea you can start bragging your king of the portal now!!
Just don't screw it up like "Strawberry Clock".

Nice stuff


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danrodgersdanrodgers

Rated 4 / 5 stars

good tutorial

nice style of tutorial.. nice an original!

would help a newbie to flash if they wanted to make this kind of movie..

maybe you should explain what each part of the actionscript does and why it does it...


cherrorist responds:

Thanx for the comment, mate ;)

I explained all the essential scripts at the last page.


KWAS71KCKKWAS71KCK

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

not bad

an average tutorial, but i give you originality points for the style of the tutorial with the old-style 1920's-1930's atmosphere it was based on.