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- Oct 28th, 2010
Learn Flash CS5 the right way (and the fun way) with the entertaining and knowledgable Flash expert, Geoff Blake.
Are you creating interactive web graphics or banner ads, designing web animation, or distributing Flash video over the web? Then you need to watch this tutorial! In more than 6 hours of detailed, step-by-step training, you'll learn everything from the basics of Flash web production to sophisticated interactive animations for the web.
Flash animator, Geoff Blake, takes you through the fundamentals of drawing with Flash, transforming shapes, working with text, and using Flash’s symbols and buttons. From there, you’re off to the races with timeline animation, object-based tweening, motion editing, and much more. You'll also learn valuable tips for optimizing graphics for the web and field-tested production workflows.
With its incredible vector graphics, high-quality video, 3D animation, sound, and detailed scripting language, Flash CS5 is the undisputed industry-standard platform for web graphics and animation. Join Geoff as he leads you through the fundamentals of this amazing graphics/animation program.
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With many Flash courses costing hundreds of dollars, this course is certainly one of the best for value for money. Geoff is very knowledgeable, covers every detail and at a good pace for new aspiring Flash Designers like myself.
I really enjoyed Geoff Blake's teaching style. Easy to follow along and comprehend. I would like to see more Flash and other courses taught by him.
Great, easy to comprehend tutorial for beginner. Cool accent too; Geoff sounds like an English Yorkshire man trapped in an American body.