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Dermot O' Connor

Dermot O' Connor Dermot O' Connor entered the animation industry in 1988, working for Don Bluth's studio in Ireland for five years. During that time he was trained in traditional hand-drawn animation. In the mid-90s he directed CD-ROM interactive titles for Creative Capers Entertainment and Disney Interactive studios, working on such projects as 101 Dalmatians and Timon and Pumbaa. He was introduced to Flash in 2000 and began creating animation for Warner Bros. and Disney in Los Angeles, and Fatkat Animation in Canada. Dermot is currently completing his own 30-minute short film, completely animated with Flash.
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  • view course page for Hand-Drawn Animation in Flash

    Achieve a richer, more dynamic look for your Flash-based animation by incorporating hand-drawn animation techniques.

    2h 54m
    Intermediate
     
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  • view course page for 2D Animation Principles

    Bring a cast of characters to life. By following the basic principles of animation, you can build characters that interact naturally with their environments, convey realistic emotion, and talk and walk convincingly.

    2h 25m
    Beginner
     
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  • view course page for Rigging a Face in Flash Professional

    This course offers intermediate and advanced Flash designers a step-by-step guide for creating full-featured facial rigs in Flash Professional.

    6h 46m
    Intermediate
     
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  • view course page for Animation Tips and Tricks with Flash Professional

    Introduces a variety of real-world issues animators commonly encounter and practical solutions to them in Flash.

    5h 16m
    Intermediate
     
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  • view course page for Flash Professional CS5: Character Animation

    Use nested symbols and motion and shape tweening to create believable characters in Flash.

    9h 19m
    Intermediate
     
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