Not necessarily a software book, Flash Animation for Teens takes readers through the basic concepts of animation while using Flash. The primary concepts covered include layering animation, integrating audio, drawing, tweening, and exporting. This is a project-based book that is unique in its focus on the younger audience interested in animation. Flash can be a very complicated program, but this book simplifies the concepts of the software and allows the user to create sophisticated projects without getting too technical or sophisticated.
Eric Grebler is an IT professional, author and certified trainer who has demystified the world of computers for thousands of people. As a software expert, Eric has entertained standing-room-only crowds all over the world with his energetic and informative training sessions. He has written books and developed curriculum and resource material on a wide range of technical topics including: computer graphics, operating systems, digital audio and office suites.
1. The Not-So-Boring Animation Intro 2. Let's Take the Tour 3. Your First Animation 4. Drawing, Editing, and Transforming 5. The Library You Want to Visit 6. Get Your Body in Motion 7. It's all in the Layers 8. Setting the Stage 9. Tunes for your Toons 10. Cool Effects 11. Making Life Easier 12. Help If You Need It