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Flash beginner

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05-25-2008, 01:44 AM
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I work in ps and illustrator, I was never really exposed to flash so my web design skills are brutal. I really want and need to learn flash web design so I can compete as a freelancer. Are there any good flash tutorials, books or websites that anyone can recommend that will get me started on the right foot??

Thanks, any advice at all would be a great help!

05-28-2008, 06:49 PM
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I've learned a lot from flashkit.com and kirupa.com, just google flash tutorials and you'll find more as well that's mainly where I started in flash.

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Flash help documentation is really extensive and did the trick for me to learn moderate actionscript. I managed to figure out the rest by myself with experimenting.
just 1 advice, start to learn flash with actionscript 3.
Although there are many tutorials for as2, you could much more profit if you start with as3.

06-13-2008, 05:49 PM
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If you are looking to learn flash through tutorials my suggestion is flashkit.com, it is a very good website with many extensive tutorials.

06-14-2008, 03:55 PM
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I'll suggest that you go for Tutorialized.com - They have compiled some of the best tutorials on the net.

However one personal suggestion, if you are a good designer than its great. Otherwise you should only Focus on Action Scripting in Flash.

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To learn some flash I used kirupa.com. Their tutorials are really good...

www.kirupa.com

~Mauro

06-26-2008, 01:02 PM
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Nice suggest. Keep it up.

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If you are just starting to learn Actionscript now, I would recommend learning Actionscript 3 (which is different than previous versions). It is faster (to execute). So when you seek out online tutorials, check which Actionscript version it is using.

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check out www.kirupa.com very nice tutorials and almost on all things of flash

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Hello timmydoherty

If you want easy to follow tutorials for learning Flash, I would have to suggest Cartoonsmart.com. Justin covers most everything from drawing, gaming, integrating PHP, etc.

There is also a forum at cartoonsmart.net/forum for further assistance. I'm a moderator there and I'm more into Actionscript and custom Flash extension development. Feel free to stop by and ask questions.

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