In this tutorial, I will show you how to display perspective (near to far) using objects in Flash with help of the Free Transform Tool. For a simple example of this, I will be showing you how to make a car from the distance become near. Step 1: Creating The Flash Document: After you have… Continue reading Using Free Transforming To Show Perspective in Flash
This tutorial will teach you how to create an abstract background of twisted swirly lines using Adobe PhotoShop, something that looks like this: Let us start with a new file of your preferred aspect ratio (try to have a square, but a rectangle is fine just do not make it stretch too much because… Continue reading Twisted Swirly Thingy
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For this week’s tutorial, I will show you how to make objects that you place on the stage visible and invisible using the visibility properties in ActionScript. As an example of this, I will be using the idea of turning a light switch on and off. To start this tutorial, create a new Flash document… Continue reading Using Visibility Properties In ActionScript
Instead of attaching a database to your Flash document to show different parts of an image that you will be using, if the data you want to show is minimal, you can use an embedded movie clip symbol to display the information that you want to communicate. I will show you how to do this… Continue reading Using Movie Clips and ActionScript to Explain Definitions
Google’s Panda update in June sent a large number of websites plummeting down the search engine rankings. This has left many SEO consultants and webmasters asking why is Google penalizing some good sites to get the bad ones? There has been widespread discussion amongst webmasters and SEO experts as to what is the best approach… Continue reading Strategies To Reduce The Effects of Google Panda