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Get your feet wet working with CSS animations by learning about the animation property, @keyframes rule, and more!
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Introduction to CSS Animations
Learn all about working with CSS animations by meeting the animation property, @keyframes rule, and more!
CSS Animations: The Video
Here’s a neat move to try to learn on Cassio! A lot of people are learning that you can use Cassiopeia’s ultimate and flash during the animation to hide the cast time. With good timing on the…
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Ult + Flash Cassio Against Orianna
Last month we asked you to join us in the first ever Design & Illustration Community Project where we had you submit creative selfies to get to know our readers!
When it comes to presentations, PowerPoint and Keynote get all the press. Google Docs is often mentioned as a great Word alternative, and there’s tons of tips out there about unique ways to use Google Sheets, but Google Presentations barely ever get mentioned. That’s a shame since it’s actually a very good presentations tool for free. In this tutorial, I will teach you how to create a presentation in Google Presentations , as well as walk through the benefits of using Google Presentations over your standard desktop presentation apps. Getting Started Google Presentations is Google’s flagship presentation app that lives inside the browser as a part of Google Docs . It’s completely free—the only requirement to use is to have a Google account. Due to being a free web app, Google Presentations isn’t as full featured as desktop apps like Microsoft PowerPoint and Keynote. However, it makes up for a lack of aesthetic features by boasting very strong collaboration features—if not the best. The learning curve for Google Presentations also much lower than that of a full-featured desktop app due to the fact that it hosts the most essential of features and gets rid of most of the fluff. Creating a New Presentation Once you’ve signed into your Google Account, head to Google Drive . There, create a presentation by clicking Create > Presentation . You will be redirected to a new page with a blank presentation. Create a new presentation. Formatting a Presentation The first step in creating a new presentation is configuring the looks, so let’s take a look at the Choose a theme window that pops up upon creating…
What You’ll Be Creating Hello everyone, I’m here with another exciting tutorial. This time we are going to learn how to make clouds. This is very interesting, but still a very hard topic. There are many ways to create clouds. Many Software packages provide their own cloud generating modules, such as Vue, Maya, Houdini, etc… but we need plugins if we are using 3ds Max. There are two or three plugins for 3ds Max that you can use to make clouds. For example, Fumefx, Afterburn or DreamScape. As you all know, there are two types of plugins, fluid based and texture based. FumeFX is a fluid based plugin and Afterburn is texture based plugin. In this tutorial we are going to learn how we can create clouds with the help of FumeFX, which again is a fluid based plugin. So get ready for this exciting tutorial…!!! Editors Note: If you’d prefer to follow along using high resolution Images. You can download them below: High Resolution Tutorial Images 1.Create the Geometry to Generate Clouds To generate clouds, geometry plays a very important role, because our cloud shape is totally depended on our geometry’s shape & its internal motion. So to create a proper shape for the geometry, follow these steps: Step 1 To generate the clouds, we are going to use a Geosphere
Nowadays, more and more websites are using animations, whether that be in the form of
What You’ll Be Creating Today we’ll be learning how to create a static one page
HUD cooldown bars are visual elements in game that don’t necessarily belong to the game’s world, but are an indication for the player of a period of time during which she can or
What You’ll Be Creating In part two of the Walker series, you’ll learn how to rig the robot, animate a walk cycle and light and render the final animation.