flash tweening problem

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Hi

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http://www.fly-by-wire.co.uk/just_one_leg.swf

I am experimenting with a walking leg, its only a quick effort. I was wondering why the lower leg is inverting, can you see what I mean?

When I come to do the real animimation I would like it to look like a pen and ink drawing, so I would like to use a skeleton or something simular as a guide.

But my first problem is the lower leg flipping inside out.

I did this with a shape tween, the problem happens when I try to rotate to much. The motion tween did not seem to work.


many thanks

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Anyone?

I can live with individual frames, and will probably use a brush and ink. But I was hoping tweening might help with the look of the final animations.
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individual frames for this kind of animation, and when possible, motion tween and if necessary, motion guide.
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thanks for the reply.

It seems as if I came to the same conclusion. Using indervidual frames. The tweening works sometimes if I dont move the points too abruptley.

Guess it takes time this kind of work.

thanks

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