Have you ever seen those paintings where the eyes are always looking at you no matter where you stand. Well, sorry, this tutorial won’t teach you anything about painting. This simple Flash tutorial goes over how to make a pair of eyes follow the mouse using Actionscript.
If you are trying to generate effects in a circular pattern, like a planet’s orbit then polar coordinates are the way to go. Here’s a brief discussion on the topic of polar coordinate plotting inFlash to create some very cool rotating effects without a lot of effort.
The first part in the WordPress 2.5 Media API tutorial series. This article discusses how to customize the tabs available in the WordPress media library using hooks made available in the latest WordPress release.
While developing the SwfObj WordPress plugin, I realized there is a large gap in documentation on WordPress media library API. In an attempt to help fill in that gap a little, I am developing a tutorial series based on the API hooks I used to develop SwfObj.
This is a very basic Actionscript tutorial that will show you how to make a sky full of twinkling stars. Everything for this tutorial will be done in Actionscript, using Actionscript 3.0. If you’re interested, jump on in and check it out.
Finally, a new Flash tutorial. In this article, we’ll explore how to make one object follow another around like a little puppy dog. This tutorial includes both Actionscript 3.0 and Actionscript 2.0 versions. So if you always wanted to make more followers, now you can.
This Flash tutorial will teaches the basics of making a keyboard controlled racecar in Flash. Lots of great stuff on moving an object around the screen with the keyboard. You could apply this to a spaceship, a gorilla or whatever else you want to control.
This Flash tutorial shows you how to create an effect of flying through particles, similar to the “warp speed” effect in Star Trek. The particles can be any MovieClip object you want, stars, dancing bananas, etc.
This tutorial will show you how to make items in Flash “throwable” using Actionscript. So if you like throwing things around, this is the tutorial for you.