This one was experimenting with the bone tool, which is another way to animate and move characters and objects. I found this tool rather challenging, and some bits (especially the dragon in the beginning) are a bit choppy and jerky.
Instead of an animation, we had to present a gallery of images that synced up to a piece of music. I chose to do it on creepy sea creatures and animals, and the music is “Beyond the Sea-Instrumental” by Bobby Darin.
Another project for class. This time it’s a Flash Quiz game!
You play as a little boy lost in the woods and you come across an old crone. The crone says that they’ll show you the way out of the forest if you manage to solve his riddles. The theme is 80’s fantasy films, enjoy!
This was my first project for Flash class. We had to create a basic scene that could run for 10 seconds that told a story. I chose to do a story from one of my camping trips. Every year we go camping and we always have a bonfire where we tell stories, play games, and fun and weird things happen.