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May 13, 2003 | 2:30 PM EDT
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I've had many requests by flash authors how I do my flash scenes with 3 dimensional appearance. After explaining the the process of Point Perspective Drawing is not something that can easily be taught verbally, I have promised to release a tutorial covering the topic.

This tutorial explains how to use two methods of Point Perspective drawing to create the illusion of 3D in flash scenes and drawings.

THIS MOVIE IS NOT FOR EVERYONE! If you are not an artist or flash author, you may or may not find this tutorial interesting.

Along with the Turorial, I have included with both types of drawing tutorials, a Demonstration drawing. You can watch the tutorials to learn the methodology, or you can skip them using the main contents menu and just watch the DEMO drawing scenes which will be more interesting to non-artists.

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BodsterBodster

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 13, 2003

Although I do not make flash animations....

I found this amazingly informative. Admittedly I do not make flasha animations but I do create artworks and technical drawings. Overall this was very impressive and a pleasure to watch.


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SantoNinoDeCebuSantoNinoDeCebu

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 13, 2003

one/two point perspective is looks cool

I do stuff like this in my technical drawing class at school, so nothing new to me. S easy to do and looks very cool, but sometimes its not always best to get rid of the black outlines.
This is how the subway train in Genyru's blade is done yeah?

I thought it was funny how the lines drew to the point themselves and dissapeared afterwards. dunno why!?!


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SilvernSilvern

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 13, 2003

Great tutorial

I liked it even though none of it was new to me. They teach the same concepts in any art class or (good)art book. It illustrated the concepts very well by showing them as they were being implemented. I'm sure this will allow people, who have never before seen this technique before, to learn it very quickly.



MystMyst

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 13, 2003

It was really instructive!

I can't believe that an easy concept as that could do all this. I mean ... it's something easy but so brillant! Thanks for the lesson man that's gonna haelp me alot!


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EngelsDieEngelsDie

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 13, 2003

cool

This was pretty cool, and I know some people could, and definetly should, learn something from this to possibly make their animations better. Great Job. :-) *~Bri~*