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Part: I Getting Started > Creating Graphics in Flash

Chapter 3. Creating Graphics in Flash

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Flash has a unique drawing style associated with it. If you are familiar with other drawing applications, such as Adobe Illustrator and Macromedia FreeHand, you'll find definite similarities and some unexpected differences. Flash offers several drawing tools for creating the graphics for your Flash projects that may seem familiar to you based on some of those programs. Flash differs from those other applications by the way it handles graphics. Flash will join two items of the same color value if the two graphics intersect. The line or stroke of an item is also considered a separate element. As you will see in this chapter, these differences can be problematic, but they can also work in your favor. It's just a matter of getting used to them.


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