Radiation Effect

17.11.2006, 18:45
Submited in: Flash | Total Views: 53901

In this tutorial, you will learn how to apply radiation effect on any object in flash. To create this tutorial, you don't have to use Action Script. In this tutorial, you will also learn how to use Color Mixer panel and more.

Step 1

Create a new flash document and set frame rate to 28fps.

Step 2

You can draw or import any object, but for this example we will draw a "circle", so take the Oval Tool (O), Stroke color must be switched off, under Fill color choose any color and draw a "circle" 130x130px.

Step 3

While your "circle" is still selected, open the Color Mixer Panel (Shift+F9), and set the options from the picture below.

Then, you get this:

Step 4

Select the "circle" again, and press F8 key (Convert to Symbol), to convert it into a Graphic Symbol.

Step 5

Click on frame 25 and press F5 key.

Step 6

Go back on the first frame, choose right click and Copy Frames. Then, insert a new layer (layer2), select the first frame and choose right click and Paste Frames.

Step 7

Click on frame 25 and press F6. After that, take the Free Transform Tool (Q), and increase a "circle" to 214x214px. Then, select again a "circle", open the Properties Panel (Ctrl+F3), and under Color choose Alpha and set it to 0%

Step 8

Go back on the first frame of layer2, and in Properties Panel under Tween choose Motion.

Step 9

Repeat steps 6-8, but for this time, increase a "circle" to 180x180px.

We're done!

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