Both actually. Flash can only do vector graphics and images. So I couldn't maintain that sketchy pencil quality if it was drawn in flash. I basicly made all the images in photoshop and exported them as PNG files with transparency. Flash maintains the transparency of the PNG files. Then I just animated the image files in flash with motion tweens - nothing special there. I did make three different image files for the hair so it would look like it was moving.
Wow! Thanks for explaining and making life easier for me !!
It's really great how you animated with keeping in mind all the dynamics. Each cloud moving up in relative speed , the nearer ones faster and the farther ones slower, really gave the animation the proper feel it deserved!!
No prob. The different speeds are simulated in flash by giving the closer clouds less frames to travel to the top and the smaller clouds more frames. If the motion tween is being handled in actionscript then you can set a certain amount of time, but for simple animation like this, it's just frame based. Hope that helps.
yeah! it does help! but i kinda thought the exact opposite!! I thought that the closer clouds need more frames for smooth travel, and smaller clouds less frame as the go off swiftly from the screen! I shall try though!