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Better Motion Tweens!

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to take a boring motion tween and make it look awesome in just a few minutes!

If you have any questions or would like to learn anything else about Adobe Flash, please leave a comment below!

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bastante util

I learned more than I expected to from this! Feels like tweens have a reputation of being one of the most basic; effortless forms of animation available, either it's tweened and basic or FBF and awesome, but you turn it into a real artform! I'd never heard of the 'easing' feature either, could it be new to the Flash franchise? Great tutorial, easy to follow, packed with info; not too long.


jessejayjones responds:

Thank you for the kind words! I'm so glad to hear you got some help from it! Easing has been around since I've been using Flash around version 8 I believe, and really applies to hand-drawn FBF animation as well! But yeah, I wanted to put this out there to show that motion-tweens can be made to look appealing, and not lazy! Though traditional animation techniques should still be practiced first! ;)

If you're looking for subject matter... I'd be interested in the various uses for layers and their manipulations... You seem to have quite a bit of real experience, so you've probably come across a few ideas for layer workings (and inner workings) that others, rather like myself, haven't thought of yet... Just a suggestion

jessejayjones responds:

Great subject! I've got a lot of tips and advice for layer uses and thier motion... I will definitely add it to my list! :) Thank you!

Well that was helpful

jessejayjones responds:

Glad to hear it! Thank you! :)

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Apr 3, 2015
5:07 PM EDT