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Jul 12, 2005 | 7:44 PM EDT

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Author Comments

While many other tutorials cover one- and two-point perspective drawing where only straight, exactly vertical and horizontal lines can be used... Mine goes one step further and shows you a simple trick that makes for a great touch-up to any 3D scene/background you use in your movies.

I wish it could have fun music like other tutorials, but the Audio Portal is down at the moment.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Dude, it would be awsome

if you made one on how to make a game... i wish you could make one of those becuase i really wanna learn how to make a game. Only if someone could teach me. Oh ya, i learned something new today! ima go try it out right now.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Exaggerated Perspective...

I'd say that this actually is a pretty good tutorial. There are a few minor gripes, while I shall inform you on later, now it's time to break your création down.

Graphics: Pretty nice, nice geographic shapes, and you seem to have a good perspective on 3d (hmm...I wonder why...) I didn't really like the blue clashing with the blue (your favorite color I presume) But moving on, it started to impress me quite a bit.

Style: Exaggerated Perspectives are pretty stylish

Interactivity: Well, I liked the way you could either click or use the arrow keys, that was fun, I was pressing the left and right arrow keys like the world was going to end, it was too fun scrolling with the arrow keys. That's something all tutorials should have, scrolling with the arrow keys, I could write for hours about the arrow keys, but I'll stop here since only 4000 characters are allowed and I've written around 500 so far, but I could write a 4000 word essay on the arrow keys part...I LOVED IT.

Overall: Two words. ARROW KEYS!!! ...oh, and the tutorial was nice also.

DwightMcCallum responds:

Yes! I knew people would like the arrow keys!! I spent a couple of hours just working out the bugs in that one feature! I did the same thing, pressing them like there's no tomorrow. Haha! :P

Thanks for a great review!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


man i llike tutorial.( no kidding)


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

i appreciate the tips

im very new to flash (read: n00b) and these tutorials are better, for the most part, than the walkthroughs in the program itself.

keep it up!


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Wow did you figure it out all on your own

anyone who knows how to make a flash knows this already