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Help Creating Expanding Shapes

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Jul 12, 2019

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So I made a GIF using Illustrator and Photoshop but the way I made it isn't really a sustainable process for making GIFs in the future - frame by frame. So I wanted to learn Adobe Animate and I'm getting a hang of it for the most part but I can't seem to figure out how to "expand" my numbers like I did in the GIF I attached. I just want them to expand in place and make it a smooth transition using the classic tween.

Can someone please help me and explain to me how to expand the shapes in place?K12-SalesGIF-Final.gif

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Help Creating Expanding Shapes

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So I made a GIF using Illustrator and Photoshop but the way I made it isn't really a sustainable process for making GIFs in the future - frame by frame. So I wanted to learn Adobe Animate and I'm getting a hang of it for the most part but I can't seem to figure out how to "expand" my numbers like I did in the GIF I attached. I just want them to expand in place and make it a smooth transition using the classic tween.

Can someone please help me and explain to me how to expand the shapes in place?K12-SalesGIF-Final.gif

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Draw your number and turn it into a Graphic symbol. Put the symbol on the timeline.  Later on the timeline add a keyframe and scale up the symbol. Create a classic tween between them. It's that simple.

Create classic tween animation in Animate

ALAN BECKER - Classic Tweens (revamped) - YouTube

There are literally hundreds of tutorials for this sort of thing, ripe for the Googling.

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