Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding 3D rotation, part of Flash CS4 Professional Tools for Character Animation.
Now we will look at adding 3D rotation to our animation. If you are following…along open up Adding_3D.fla from the Chapter 2 folder. You can also just use…any movie clip to follow along. I am going to double click the monster on the…Stage to enter its timeline and then we will apply the 3D to the left claw then…left arm layers.…The first thing I will do is extend the timeline a little bit. Going to go to…frame 24 and I will click and drag from frame 24 in the Left Claw all the way…down to frame 24 in the Left Arm layer and I will press F5 on my keyboard to…extend the timeline. I will create a motion tween for the left claw by…right-clicking in the timeline, which is in Create Motion Tween. I will do the…same thing for the Left Arm. Right- click or Ctrl-click, Create Motion Tween.…
Now I am getting this message here that says, the selected item cannot be…tweened. So I am going to cancel that. Basically it just saying that I am not…working with the symbol but rather I am working with a group or a shape. So I…
- Encapsulating and nesting animations
- Randomizing movement with graphic symbols
- Converting animations to ActionScript or previous Flash versions
- Creating an iris effect
- Saving, adjusting, and applying motion presets
- Adding body movement to walk cycles
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Mastering Motion Tweens
2. Adding Realism and 3D Elements
3. Mastering Bones
4. Mastering Masks
5. Mastering Motion Presets
Saving motion presets1m 43s
6. Animating a Walk Cycle
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