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Animations => Animations => Topic started by: GarryRicketson on June 26, 2011, 07:46:20 pm



Title: DanceingBoy With sound
Post by: GarryRicketson on June 26, 2011, 07:46:20 pm
My main reason for posting this, is I would like to know if it plays well on other browsers, I use google chrome, and no problem, I had trouble with IE(internet explorer8), but that is a real "buggy" browser, and normally I don use it,.Fire Fox I have not tried yet,..if you have trouble, not getting the sound, or image, let me know, and what browser you use,..since apparently alot of these guys that create the browsers, are very "poor" at creating good browsers, they claim, it is necessary for the web designers, to accomadate, the html,css,etc code,...so it can run on their poorly written browsers.But all that is a different subject,...
Here is the animation:
http://garryspages.webs.com/Danceingboy4.swf
Thanks From Garry
This is another Idea:

http://garryspages.webs.com/IDEA.SWF
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Title: Re: DanceingBoy With sound
Post by: Schmoo1980 on June 26, 2011, 10:02:19 pm
Garry,

Looks good! Tested on Firefox 5.0 (Latest version) works fine.

Keep the goodies coming,

Schmoo

P.S. What kind of set up do you use for drawing? Is it a pen and tablet set up? Just curious. I have always wanted some drawing set up to do things like you are working on. Just for fun anyways. :)


Title: Re: DanceingBoy With sound
Post by: GarryRicketson on June 26, 2011, 11:42:33 pm
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P.S. What kind of set up do you use for drawing? Is it a pen and tablet set up? Just curious. I have always wanted some drawing set up to do things like you are working on. Just for fun anyways. 
I use a pen and tablet, Acteck AP_8000, here in Mexico, that was all I found available, in one store,..
I also use a animation software called Artoonix, http://www.artoonix.com but I use another, called Pencil, http://www.les-stooges.org/pascal/pencil  to do most of my first drawings,...
 I really like the pen and tablet, once you  get used to it, it is just like a pen or pencil and paper, except that you are looking at the screen instead of the paper,..thats what takes  a little getting used to,..as an artist, when I have been painting or sketching a landscape, that is what takes practice too, to keep your eye on the "view", mostly, and not the canvas or the paper.
 Old Doslover said he had to download the stuff, useing google chrome, but I am also useing google chrome, and no downloading was necessary.
 This is a important issue for public viewing, as in most cases people do not want to have to download anything,...if they can't view it, on the website, they wont bother,...
from garry