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Aug 29, 2005 | 5:33 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature August 30, 2005

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Frontpage Feature - Thanks Newgrounds, you're the best! :D

Hey! This is a 35-section tutorial for you all, in which I have started on the basics and moved later into more complicated stuff. I hope that both people starting out in Flash and even slightly more advanced author will be able to learn something from it! You can of course feel free to e-mail us if you don't understand something, or join our forum, where I can post replies to you :)

Barno, SCPUK (www.barnoproductions.co
.uk)

Reviews


Rob93z20Rob93z20

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 30, 2008

Nice!

It will certainly help me!



BlazingGLoryBlazingGLory

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 31, 2005

Nice Idea man..

Im to lazy to read it all but i liked your Idea helping the common newground citizen oute....Tnx....Blazeoute


Smoking-Chimney responds:

I hope I help the NG people with their Flash :D Thanks for the review!


SgtDom102147SgtDom102147

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 30, 2005

AWESOME!

That was the best tutorial I have seen on NG... I just want to make one suggestion.... could you add how you fade text?


Smoking-Chimney responds:

Firstly: thanks for the review. Secondly: Basically the object you want to fade make into symbols (a graphic or movie clip). Make it's on a layer of it's own, and right click on the keyframe it's in and 'Create Motion Tween'. Then insert a keyframe later on in that layer ( e.g. at frame 50). The frames between 1 (where you started in a keyframe) and 50 (where you added the other keyframe) should be blue with an arrow between them. On the second keyframe (at Frame 50 or wherever), click on the symbol (graphic or movie clip) you have made, and as you highlight in, on the Properties Tab (Ctrl+F3), a little drop-down box will appear next to 'Color:'. From it, select alpha and change the value (100% is opaque, 0% is transparent). The first keyframe should fade out to the last one.
Hope this helps!


Chavy-ChazChavy-Chaz

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 28, 2005

Would be vey useful for beginners

I like to look at flash tutorials and so far this is the best. I like all your other movies and games so. Good work and keep it up.


Smoking-Chimney responds:

Thanks! It's great to get a big thumbs up for all my work in one review! :D


LilRolieLilRolie

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 28, 2007

Best tutorial ever!

Now i know how to make movies yay! thanx for tutorial!