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Summary

Now that you've covered the basics of character animation, you're ready to take off on your own. Just remember that, to make a successful animation in Flash, you have to take many factors into consideration, from personality to environment. However, with hard work and a willingness to learn and adapt, each animation that you create will get better.

As mentioned earlier, there are many sources out there to help you learn more about animation in general. Some useful books are these:

  • Cartoon Animation, by Preston Blair (Walter Foster Publishing)

  • The Animator's Workbook, by Tony White (WatsonGuptill Press)

  • Digital Character Animation 2: Essential Techniques, by George Maestri (New Riders Publishing)

  • The Animation Book, by Kit Laybourne (Three Rivers Press)

  • How to Draw Animation, by Christopher Hart (WatsonGuptill Press)

Some web sites worth looking into include these:

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