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How to draw a flare

How to draw a flare

Drawing in Flash allows you to usea variety of visual effects that adorn the flash movie, and one of these frequently used effects is a simple light glare, which can be decorated with a flash video for the banner, header of the site, or any other graphic object, which you can use to design web projects.

instructions

1

To get started, select an image - for example,vehicle photo - and optimize the image for placement on the Internet, squeezing it to the desired size without loss of quality. Start Flash and create a new document, setting its size to match the size of your photos using the Modify Document option.

2

Open the File menu and select Import & gt-Import to stage. Select your image from the list to place it in the first frame.

3

Rename the photo layer by double-clickingon his arm, and then lock the layer so you do not accidentally change it in the course of further work. Create a new layer by clicking the Insert Layer button, and name it "flare" - on this layer, you will create hotspot On the photo.

4

Set the timeline pointer to the first frame layer hotspotth, and then draw a rectangle with the Rectangle Tool tool. Click on the first frame of the timeline, then click on the toolbar Fill option.

5

Select linear gradient and color bar (Color), configure it by making the mid-point of the gradient is almost transparent to hotspot He looked natural. Set the transparency of the circuit to zero.

6

On the thirtieth frame of layer painted with you hotspotth press F6 key and create a new keyframe. Select the layer with the original photo, and then open the thirtieth frame timeline photos. Press F5.

7

Go back to the layer with hotspotth, and then drag a rectangle withgradient along the image on the reverse side, using as a tool to move the mouse. Click on any picture on the right mouse button and click Create Motion Tween button. Lock the layer.

8

Create a new layer (Insert Layer) and select the Pen tool to create a mask. Circle the pen areas that should highlight hotspotThen right-click on the layer and choose Mask from the menu that opens. Thus, you have created a mask hotspota. Press Ctrl + Enter and view the finished work.

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