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Week 1 Assignment Andrew Carbone VCT/221 Roy Pastore 8/15/15
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In lesson one of classroom in a book I learned quite a few of the basics of using Adobe Flash. It started out with how to created new files in Flash, adjust the settings on the stage, adding layers to the timeline, and managing keyframes within the timeline. Next the lesson proceeded to introducing me how to import photos and store them in the workplace library. I then began to add images to the stage on different keyframes and layers on the timeline to create an animation. Next, I learned how to position the photos exactly where I wanted them by using the properties inspector. From there it introduced me to the tool panel and then had me save the project as an XFL document. In lesson two of the classroom in a book is where I got a lot more hands on with the tools. It started out with drawing shapes with the shaped tool. I drew two ovals and a rectangle. I
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Unformatted text preview: learned how to keep these objects snapped together so I was able to edit them to keep a consistent shape. Next I learned how to use the transform tool and modify the color, shape and size of these different objects. The project began to unravel itself a lot quicker as I began to understand the fill and stroke settings for the objects and paint bucket. Using the color window I learned to change to different gradients and also to fill with bitmap images. The pen tool was utilized as I learned to create and edit curves. Once filled it gave a great addition to the backdrop of the stage. My favorite part of this lesson was learning the different transparencies to give objects their glows and shadows. I like this as it brings the art to life, rather than look dull. Finally, I added text, added hyperlinks to the text, and learned how to align and space the text accordingly....
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  • Spring '15
  • Andrew Carbone, Roy Pastore, different keyframes

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