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Figure 3-48. Use a strong font as the mask. Now let s add a bit of motion to this movie. To start, turn off the mask in the Text layer by unlocking the Text layer.
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6. Select the text on the stage, and convert it to a movie clip named Text. 7. Add a frame to frame 60 of the Image layer. 8. Right-click frame 1 of the Text layer, and select Create Motion Tween from the context
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menu. Drag the last frame of the blue Motion Tween to frame 60.
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9. Right-click the last frame of the Text layer, and select Insert Keyframe Scale. A small
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blue diamond will appear in the last frame. This sets the end size for the animation.
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10. Drag the playhead to frame 1 of the Text layer. Select the text on the stage, and select the
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11. Click the Timeline tab, lock the Text layer to reapply the mask, and scrub across the timeline.
The text, as shown in Figure 3-49, will grow as you drag the playhead.
Figure 3-49. Masks are not static; they can be animated. You can also add a bit of graphic interest to the mask by applying a filter to the text. If you intend to go this route, keep in mind that filters can t be applied to text that s being used as a mask. Instead, the filter needs to be applied to a copy of the text and its layer moved under the mask to give the illusion that a filter has been applied. Here s how:
1. Open the Seasons02.fla file in your Exercise folder. When it opens, add a new layer named
Filter to the timeline.
2. Unlock the Text layer, select the text on the stage, and copy the text to the clipboard. 3. Relock the Text layer to apply the mask. Select frame 1 of the Filter layer, and select Edit
Paste in Place to position the text directly over the mask.
4. Select the text in the Filter layer, and apply the Gradient Glow filter using the following
settings in the Properties panel (see Figure 3-50): Blur X: 9 Blur Y: 9 Strength: 100 percent Quality: High Angle: 300 Distance: 10 Knockout: Selected (this will turn the text transparent and apply the glow to the edges) Type: Outer Start Color: #FFFFFF (white) End Color: #CCCCCC (Light gray)
5. Drag the Text layer above the Filter layer. Notice how both layers in the mask move. As you
can see, as shown in Figure 3-50, the effect gives the mask a bit of a 3D look. Feel free to save the changes before moving on.
Figure 3-50. Filters can add a bit of zing to mask effects.
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Your turn: a sunny day on Catalina Island
In this final exercise, you will let you turn a fog bank rolling in on Catalina Island just west of Los Angeles into a blue sky and clouds. Here s how:
1. Open Catalina.fla. When it opens you will see, as shown in Figure 3-51, the foggy image is
already on the stage, and the clouds image is in the Library. The plan for this project is simple. Replace the fog bank in the sky with the clouds image and, to give it a bit of eye candy, to put the clouds in motion. You may be thinking why not simply pop open Photoshop or Fireworks, pull out the fog, heave in the clouds and save it as a .psd or .jpg image The answer is sometimes all you get is a .fla and you don t have the extra time to manipulate the image elsewhere. Also, this is as good a time as any for you to start getting comfortable with the tools in Flash.
Figure 3-51. You can do amazing stuff with only two images and Flash s tools.
2. There is obviously a lot more stage than there is image. Click the stage, and in the Properties
panel, click the Edit button to open the Document Properties dialog box. Click the Contents radio button to shrink the stage to the size of the image, and click OK.
If you are designing Flash movies and the stage is larger than the stuff on it, get into the habit of reducing the stage size. Wasted space, in the Flash universe, translates into increased download times. Remember, when you think Flash, think small.
3. Add a new layer to the timeline, and name it FogMask. 4. Select the Pen tool in the toolbox. Turn off the stroke, and draw a shape that follows the tops of
the mountains and covers the bottom of the image as shown in Figure 3-52.
5. Select the Paint Bucket tool and fill the shape with a color of your choosing. 6. Right-click (Control+click) the FogMask layer, and convert it to a mask. The clouds will disappear,
and the harbor will reappear.
Figure 3-52. Draw a shape that covers the mountains and the harbor.
Adding the clouds
With the fog bank masked out, you can now turn your attention to the sky and making the day a lot brighter.
1. Add a new layer named Clouds, and drag it under both layers on the timeline. 2. Drag the cga_Clouds.png image from the Library into the Clouds layer. Line the right edge of
the clouds image against the right edge of the stage, as shown in Figure 3-53.
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