Sunday, August 30, 2009

Flash Frame by Frame Animation

Wouldn't it be great to see the next few frames for the above action event.
Who actually ends up in the water ?

The following Frame by Frame Animations were done in Flash CS3 using images from the web. I made a couple of them, but mostly they were made by my students.

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Some of the animations have small glitches where the background jumps out of position during the movie. I should have told the students to check the x and y coordinate values of the background image on every frame of their animation. As long as these x and y coordinates remain constant, the background should not move.

A bit of a strange cricketing sequence of events in this one:

Is this Alien lost, or just getting dizzy ?

One of those classic Plane vs Bird Movies:

Beauty and the Beast busy practicing for the latest dance competition:

A classic "Dukes of Hazard" car jump that one of my students made.

Here is Bart Simpson Skating it up, just as he always does.

Here are some Instructions on how to do Frame by Frame animations in Flash, including using Onion-skinning. These instructions will enable you to make a basic Bart Simpson skateboarding flash movie.

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Big Passy Wasabi

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