'Kay, seriously back to business
*PLEASE NOTE: This is run on 'Windows XP'
Flash8 configuration may be slightly different on other computer systems like Windows 7
Here my Tutorial on sprite animation
It's a bit beginner, mainly starting off for people who don't know how to use Flash at all.
But over time more advance stuff like tweening, adding effects to objects and all that good shtuff will come along in later updates.
First step is: how to upload, copy/paste and animate sprites
Second step is: tweening, frame arrangement.
text bars and shtuff has been implemented in this one.
Third step will be: Well, What do you decide?
Maybe more tips on tweening and a minor tip on battle/adventure scenes and story-telling.
And something on loading bars…
Menu and arrows has been added for easy navigation.
Credit has been added to Menu
Note or comment if any mistakes '3'
Otherwise they should be easy to select unless the layer is locked as well. Check if the layer is locked or not.
Let me know how it goes.
Hope this helps.
i NOT UNDESTAND
i am learning via this but i'm kinda stuck to a part
but oh well :3 ish gonna try and figure out
This is going to be so helpful in any future animations that I make.
telling what to do if ''trace bitmap'' doesn't work
it always happens to me
How do you add sound effects and music into flash?
That Tails is considered obsolete now, unfortunately.
Recoloring and such I use either Paint.Net or Photoshop.
More so Paint.Net; I find using that a ton easier.
Like all things, it just take time and practice.
*small tidbit: you actually can copy and paste from mspaint once you adjust your c/p preferences in Flash.
Either that or select the bitmap the clipped sprites came in from the library tab and increase its size by 2000% on the stage.
As insane as that sounds, it works for me *makes a note to remake tut to explain*