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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!
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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.
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
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
Glad to hear it! Thank you! :)
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