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Chapter 9. Animation with Motion Tweening > Moving Graphics in Straight Lines

Moving Graphics in Straight Lines

In the preceding exercises, you created an animation of a well-behaved bouncing ball, one that simply moves up and down. You can make that ball bounce all around the Stage like a crazy Ping-Pong ball, if you like. Simply add more keyframes and position the ball in a variety of locations. The ball moves in a straight line from one position to the next, but the effect can be one of much livelier movement.

If you move the ball a great distance and then tween the motion in a small number of in-between frames, you'll get frenetic bouncing. If you move the ball a short distance or use a larger number of in-between frames, you'll slow the action.


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