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My first paid animation! (For rightcharlie.com)
This is an advert for the concept of elevated bike-lanes. The idea behind it is to take bike-lanes in cities and raise them above the roads. This in theory makes cycling safer, quicker and frees up room for traffic on the road below.
For a while now I have been working for various web-development companies making flash applications (mp3 players, ribbit applications, menus etc etc) Then I finally got a job making an animation!
This project was a lot of fun. The client was by far the best I've ever worked for and gave me lots of creative freedom.
Like to say a big thank-you to Newgrounds. Without you I would never have gotten into Flash and would probably have taken that full-time position at McDonalds by now. (Instead I only do one day per week)
As a little thank-you gift to you guys, I have developed a framework that makes testing an animation much easier. (To any programmers that might pass through all it does is set up an array that plays through the movie-clips that make up the full piece, you can move the piece you want to test to the start of the array so that you don't have to sit through whatever comes before it. This assumes that your animation doesn't sit on the main-timeline in full).
This works with AS3 and if you want a copy PM me with your email address and I will send over the files with a short documentation.
Also a quick message to all the flash developers that might chance upon this. YOU CAN MAKE IT! I left college in June and I've already got too much work to keep track of. This submission is certainly not the best thing in the portal. However it meets the project spec perfectly and the Client loved it!
Hope you guys like it to...
(Audio was purchased on istockphoto, sorry to the guys who responded to my thread but this suited it much more, will get in touch the next time I need something)