Easy enough to follow, and rather necessary...
To be honest, I just ended a one year boycot of NG, because of all the junk that was being submitted (and doing quite well to be honest). It's good to see someone filling a need and actually HELPING the community instead of stifling it. It could've been a little more in-depth, but then again you said it was for "noobs" (awful word by the way) so maybe that was the intention?
Anyway, good stuff. I hope to see more of these... Maybe a section devoted to them? eh?
i thought it was helpful ive never had the pleasure of making a flash movie but i think this movie helps a little. i wouldnt mind see a sequel "advance flash tips"
its cool to learn
it was informative i think you should have had a better pic of the screen menu and better title
It's really a nice gesture :)
I have tutorials that only describe a very minor part of flash-making already on auto-blam, they are completely superfluous. It's also useless in this case, because you put 'tut' instead of 'tutorial' in the title. Even if someone would decide to search for 'tut' instead of 'tutorial' if they're looking for it, 'tut' is unsearchable because of the 4 character search minimum.
Better to use your knowledge on the subject to create a nice movie - there are more than enough tutorials here as it is and lots of them cover this including a lot more.
Man, you have done it. A simple, easy to follow walking tutorial. I enjoyed it very much, a 10/10. You should make more tutorials. You have good flash skills.
thank you. This is what I normally use for my flash, so I decided to put it on a tutorial for all the people who don't know how easy flash can be able to be