I'm sorry--I was so absentminded and forgot to add this credit: The beginning landscape picture is a picture that I commissioned from Dilekt. I didn't render that one. Everything else (well, except the shot of that scraggly book, which was a random photo) was done by me. My apologies! And thank you all soooo much for the critiques. I can definitely see how the text is fading too fast and why it needs to be lengthened.....I guess I didn't notice it because I'm so used to reading it that I personally can read it okay. Also, I'll try to fix the jerky quality. See, it's hard for me to tell because it doesn't look very jerky on my computer, but I guess it does for most others' computers........hmm...........I did a regular motion tween for them, so I'm not entirely sure how to smooth it out. Still, I'll fiddle around some more with it as I'm revamping the trailer.
Thanks again! [End Edit]Any help from all you skilled Flash users out there is HIGHLY appreciated!
These are my tragic Flash skills--this is the first time I've ever tried using the program. O_____o
So anyway.....for the past day I've been tinkering around in Flash, hoping to finally learn this program that I've never touched but wanted to for the longest time. What came out was this thing--a semi-trailer sort of thing for TGS......and it kind of sucks, I know. I know, like, 3 commands in Flash.
The music, while nice in parts, sounds disjointed at the connecting points, so my apologies on that! All sound clips are freeware from Flashkits [link]
. I hope this runs somewhat decently on your computer and doesn't crash anything. I can't really tell from my comp. Also, beware--the file is somewhat large, about 1.4 MB, so if you don't want to wait for it to load, I understand. :]
This is also in the works. Once I acquire some decent Flash skills, I'll be adding/revamping this to make it more presentable and hopefully make it some sort of intro for the website [link]
Anyway, that's all--hope you enjoy it a little!