(old) Eyes Only. . .
(old) Eyes Only. . .
Now that is sooooooo coooool makes me think of me lol
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Hello D Akey. Took your advice and have now found the library computers to get back to this forum. How's everything?
The very first digital art program that I worked with Art Rage 1
You may visit my personally designed website at: www.stephenlopiano.com
There is one section full of pages there under the Digital Artwork category that is devoted entirely to paintings I have created with Art Rage.
Welcome back, Stephen.
LOL! Speak for yourself. :lol:
Good one DA.
Hey Stephen! Most of the old group have drifted off. But there's a steady flow of lovely people, and pretty talented artists. Nice on the eyes and inspiring.Originally Posted by Stephen Lo Piano
We've missed you. Glad you went to the library to get access to the internet. Nice resource, eh?
Hope you take advantage of it and come round regularly.
More than that, I hope your circumstances have eased a bit. You're a good soul and it's always fun seeing your art.
Take care, and see ya soon!
Too funny. Great Flash animation work. Great find D Akey. Thanks for finding that one and the laughs with a good dollop of truth to it. Could also be Born to Grow Mild. Ha ha.
Yeah, I laughed my butt off and had to inflict it on you guys. Hahah.
He did a great job on it. When all the parts of a flash animation come together and work really well. . .
I would love to know how big that file size is. All those elements could add up if it were not done right -- using jpegs and whatnot.
Course, with high speed connection load time would be imperceptible anymore.
It is amazing how fast the animation loads and how smooth it plays.
The way I understand it is that it is possible to string gifs together in Flash and cutting down on the file size greatly from what they used to be. I would like to know more of his Flash knowledge because this is really a fine job on the dellivery. He is sure able to communicate more than a single cartoon would. I really like having a link to his work.
Sadly, I must confess I am sitting here with a full edition of Adobe Flash on my computer and haven't used it once except to open it, look at it and close it back up. What a waste of expensive software huh. I did use Macromedia Director in school and it seems to be sort of similar ie: timelines and incidents and keyframes.
Maybe I will get to playing with it in the near future.
Thanks very much for this Dakey. I am a baby boomer and I know lots of friends who will enjoy this.