Join Chris Converse for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating the pie chart wedge, part of Creating an Animated Infographic with Edge Animate.
Now to create the wedge shape, let's come up and grab the Ellipse tool, let's…draw another ellipse on the stage.…First let's come over to the Properties panel, let's remove the border, set the…size to 0, let's come over to color.…For the solid background color we'll choose Orange, let's come over to the…gradient, let's select the top color. We'll choose Yellow, bottom color we'll…choose the Orange, set this to a radial gradient, hit Return up in the…properties for width and height. Let's set that 250 on each.…
So now with this shape created next we're going to clip this, so with the…object selected, let's grab the Clip tool. Let's come over here and clip this from the bottom up.…Once we start to clip this you'll see that the clip properties began to change,…you can toggle the clip properties open and closed.…So inside of the clip properties let's come in here and change the bottom to 123, …this is just 2 pixel short of clipping it exactly halfway.…Now with this selected let's come down to the Properties panel, let's name this wedge, hit Return.…
- Creating sprite graphics in Photoshop
- Creating a pie chart without graphics
- Adding Edge Animate fonts
- Animating text
- Stopping and starting animated symbols
Skill Level Beginner
1. Creating Graphics and a Color Palette
2. Creating the Data Artwork and Layout
3. Animating the Data Artwork
4. Final Preparations for Publishing
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