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Twisted Swirly Thingy

January 18, 2012 Soud Al-Abbasi

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 […]

How To Make Your Own Cursor Using Flash

October 28, 2011 Chad Sweely

A while back, I posted an article here on DevWebPro explaining that you can change your cursor type using JavaScript and CSS, and in this tutorial, I will show you how you can change your cursor in Flash with a cursor that you can make yourself. In this example/tutorial, I […]

Using Visibility in ActionScript

September 2, 2011 Chad Sweely

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, […]

Creating a Welcome Screen Using Tweening

July 29, 2011 Chad Sweely

I’m sure that many of us remember a show that was filmed back in the 1970’s called “The Brady Bunch.” With this show, one of the many visuals that come to mind when people think of “The Brady Bunch” is the opening credits where the family is divided into squares. […]

How To Make an Analog Clock Using ActionScript

July 1, 2011 Chad Sweely

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create an analog clock that you can use either on your website, or just as a random application. To make the clock function in this tutorial, we will be using a coding language called ActionScript. Step 1: Creating The Flash Document After […]

Construct a Spiral Galaxy in Photoshop

May 6, 2011 Kristen Pace

This is a tutorial aimed at beginners. I will show you how to use Photoshop to make a spiral galaxy. Use this for your document setup: Then fill the background with the color of your choice; a really dark color works best. I’ve selected a dark blue. Next, create a […]

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