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Beginners Tut: Design

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Aug 19, 2007 | 9:42 PM EDT

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This is my second tutorial. This one is about designing. It covers:
Intro to drawing tools
Making MCs and buttons
Tweening
Importing images
Sprites
Button rollovers
and the Filter feature

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JohnnySedonaJohnnySedona

Rated 1 / 5 stars

This tutorial's already been submitted...

The last time I saw this tutorial, it was by a different author, it had different graphics, but it covered the same basic flash stuff. I can appreciate that you want to share your knowledge with others, but it seems like there are already way too many basic tutorials out there for new flash designers, and this didn't add anything to the series. You should spend more time honing your own skills so you can write advanced-level tutorials. There aren't enough of those out there, that's for sure.



EXT3EXT3

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

I didn't like it...

too basic... theres nothing new here. if i wanted a tutorial i could find a better one than this easily. sorry i just didn't like it.



nouradinnouradin

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Graphics could be improved

The tutorials are pretty good but try working on your graphics, make it look good.
But thats just my advice, do what you want.



SkroaSkroa

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Well done

This was a nice tutorial although it does get glitchy at times. The problem is that newgrounds has pretty in depth tutorials about this stuff so why not make a different tutorial about something else you may be good at. But for effort i give a 3



culmor30culmor30

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty good

I can see this being helpful to beginners. The only thing I can think needs improvement is the length. Of course, that's not a problem with the current version, I just think more could have been helpful. like, since you included sections on sprites and tweens, why not FBF? It's not very hard, you just need patience, and I'm sure beginners could figure it out with some help.