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Jan 02, 2020 Jan 02, 2020

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In animate -I’m trying to create a graphic tween. The idea is to see pages turning. I have a key frames for each graphic - of a flat page to move to a half turned page to move to the other side of the book -half way, then flatten on the left side, so a flat page. The problem is the half on right to half on left. I cannot get the program to keep the spine of the page fixed so it “flips” over. Can you give me some guidance? I get a flip result if i have a stroke around each page graphic, but the stroke twists poorly in the motion. 

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Hi mate, This article should give some good information how to control Symbol registration to achieve predictable results when tweening.http://flash-powertools.com/understanding-symbol-registration/

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Hi mate,

 

This article should give some good information how to control Symbol registration to achieve predictable results when tweening.

http://flash-powertools.com/understanding-symbol-registration/

 

Nick – Character designer and animator, Flash user since 1998
Member of Flanimate Power Tools team – extensions for character animation – flash-powertools dot com

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Great article!

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