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Creating a Hand

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Uploaded
Jan 13, 2009 | 11:39 AM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place January 14, 2009

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Author Comments

Well, I finally finished it! This compilation includes the previous two tutorials and two whole new ones! I fixed every problem of noting, including adding a back button, music, and more. My latest two tutorials have looping demonstrations, while the other two you just need to press back to see again. One thing to note, though, is that in order to get volume you have to press the back or forward arrow at the top left of the screen. If you have enjoyed this tutorial set, please leave a comment on my news bulletin on my userpage!

edit: woot! got an award and I am closing in on a score of 3.9, currently 3.86. thanks for the support guys, I am glad it helped out such a great number of people.

Reviews


claydog72claydog72

Rated 0 / 5 stars

so....you cant actually make a hand? whats the point then...



krost39krost39

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

how do i make my own hand rockartofwar?



rockartofwarrockartofwar

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

not bad for a beginer

nice hand and nice tuch on the teaching thing you have here... good work



FroFro

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad. A few mistakes.

~ Animation/Graphics ~

The hand itself was obviously animated and drawn very well. Far superior than anything that I could ever create by drawing on the computer. The animation was so detailed with the hand that it was amazing. It almost seemed like a real hand. Great job on that.

The set up for the flash itself wasn't the best though. The words and text that you used just seemed really sloppy and rushed. I thought it could have been much neater and organized than what you did.

So great hand, bad organization of the words and text.

~ Story/Content ~

A great tutorial and I hope it helps many people out. It's not something that I would be interested in for movies, but it really is something that would help artists pay attention to the small details of their flash and that's what really makes good flashes good.

The tutorial was easy to navigate and words were easy to read. Overall the content of the submission was good. Also, the replay button at the end doesn't work.

~ Audio ~

Your audio is messed up. It doesn't play properly until I start the entire thing is over. When it does play over it's pretty good though. What I think you should do with the submission is turn the audio way down so it just plays really quietly in the background. Then you can have a voice over read the text out loud. Some people learn better by listening than they do reading, but if they have the chance to do both then you can reach more people.

~ Overall ~

A few mistakes, but a good tutorial for people. Good work.

~ Review Request Club ~


tomocles responds:

thanks for the detailed review corky. :) As you could tell from the tutorial, I am rather new to design and even flash, so anything other than the fbf itself is due to lack of knowledge. When I do another tutorial, I will try to enlist someone to create the menus for me.


KnightInShiningArmorKnightInShiningArmor

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hm.

This is awesome.