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Thomas Benner
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Innovative designer, animator, developer, programmer and instructor who loves training others seeks opportunity to develop outstanding courses utilizing the Adobe Creative Cloud and Apple Macintosh software with a focus on integrating various applications (Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks, Flash, DreamWeaver, Muse, Edge, Premiere, After Effects, Behance) for effective desktop and screen publishing workflows.
Innovative designer, animator, developer, programmer and instructor who loves training others seeks opportunity to develop outstanding courses utilizing the Adobe Creative Cloud and Apple Macintosh software with a focus on integrating various applications (Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks, Flash, DreamWeaver, Muse, Edge, Premiere, After Effects, Behance) for effective desktop and screen publishing workflows.

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Mysteries of the Bone Tool | Joseph Labrecque | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe
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Adobe Animate CC includes a really interesting tool that not many users know about. In fact, this subject is way beyond the scope of a single tool – as it encompasses and entirely different way of assembling and animating content in the Timeline. Let’s have a look at some of the ways you can use the Bone and Bind tools to create intricate Armatures in Animate using inverse kinematics!

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Create realistic movement in your animated characters | Joseph Labrecque
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Learn how to use the Bone Tool to bring your characters to life with natural and dynamic movement.

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Character animation with the Bone tool in Flash | Chris Georgenes | Adobe Developer Connection
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Get tips for using the Bone tool in Flash to articulate the parts of an animated cartoon character to best effect.

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Character Design in Adobe Flash | Chris Georgenes
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Pencils, Pixels and the pursuit of Awesomeness. Chris Georgenes has shared a series of videos from a webinar he hosted on animating in Adobe Flash.

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Use the virtual camera in Animate CC | Joseph Labrecque
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Add camera effects like pan, zoom, or rotate to your animations.

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Easing and the Motion Editor | Joseph Labrecque | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe
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Even a small amount of easing, if applied correctly to an animated object, can go far in conveying a truer sense of reality and weight. Animate CC includes a number of mechanisms for applying easing in this way, and we will examine how to apply simple and advanced easing in this article… with a focus on the new and improved Motion Editor.

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RECOLLECTION: Nosepilot | Popular Flash Animation
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Alex Secui’s “Nosepilot”

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Frog in a Blender - Joe Cartoon | Viral Flash Animation
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JoeCartoon.com’s “Frog in a Blender”

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Edit Motion Tweens | Adobe Animate CC Tutorial
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Find out how to simply edit a motion tween that you have created in the Animate workspace.
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Adobe Flash Professional is now Animate CC. All the features and functionality shown can now be found in Animate.

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Create motion tween animation in Animate CC
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Read this page to learn about creating tween animations and applying motion presets with Adobe Animate CC.
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