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Last time, you learned the basics of animation by creating aframe-by-frame motion clip. This time, find out how Flash's powerfultweening tools can help you create good-looking animation clips withminimal time and effort. Also covered: shape hints and motion guides.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Flash 101 (part 3): Bouncing Around
  2. For The Cool In You
  3. The Colour Purple
  4. A Tint Of Scarlet
  5. Taking The Scenic Route
  6. Bouncing Balls
  7. Zooming In
  8. Curves In All The Right Places
  9. Taking A Hint...Or Two...Or Three
By: icarus, (c) Melonfire
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December 27, 2000

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Another effect that's simple to accomplish with motion tweening is the so-called "zoom" effect.



As you might have already figured, this is not at all difficult in Flash. For your first keyframe, simply create a symbol - image or text block - which is miniscule in size



and then scale it up for your second keyframe.



When you tween the two together, if you do it right, it will appear as though you are "zooming in" to the image.

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