- Working With Object Drawing
- Drawing with the Line Tool
- Drawing with the Pencil Tool
- Drawing Shapes with the Rectangle and Oval Tools
- Using the Polystar Tool
- Understanding Selections
- Selecting Strokes with the Selection Tool
- Selecting Strokes and Fills with the Selection Tool
- Making Selections with the Lasso Tool
- Zooming In and Out with the Magnifying Glass
- Moving Around with the Hand Tool
- Displaying Rulers
- Using Grids and Guides
- Modifying Grid and Guide Settings
- Using Snap Align
- Changing Stroke and Fill Colors
- Creating Custom Colors
- Adding Colors Using the Kuler Panel
- Editing Strokes with the Ink Bottle
- Editing Fills with the Paint Bucket
- Editing Strokes and Fills with the Eyedropper
- Creating Gradients
- Using the Fill Lock
- Using Paint Brush Modes
- Using the Spray Brush Tool
- Using the Deco Tool
- Drawing with the Pen Tool
- Drawing Curves with the Pen Tool
- Modifying Shapes with the Selection Tool
- Modifying Shapes with the Sub-Selection Tool
- Using the Free Transform Tool
- Using Transform Options for Shapes
- Transforming Gradient Fills
- Moving and Rotating Objects in 3D Space
- Changing the Perspective Angle in 3D Space
- Adjusting the Vanishing Point in 3D Space
- Cutting and Pasting Graphics Between Layers
- Working with Graphics on Different Layers
- Distributing Graphics to Layers
- Changing Drawing Settings
Adjusting the Vanishing Point in 3D Space
Vanishing Point (New!) gives you the ability to move 3D movie clips and still maintain the same visual perspective of the original. Vanishing Point controls the orientation of the z-axis of 3D movie clips on the Stage. As you move the z-axis, 3D movie clips recede towards the Vanishing Point, which you can adjust to create the appearance you want. Each Flash file has only one Vanishing Point. If you move the Vanishing Point back to the default position in center of the Stage, you can use the Reset button in the Property Inspector.
Adjust the Vanishing Point in 3D Space
- Select the 3D movie clip instance on the Stage that you want to change.
- Click the Window menu, and then click Properties to open the Property Inspector.
Enter an x- and y-axis value in the Vanishing Point boxes or drag the hot text to change the value in the Property Inspector.
As you drag the hot text, guides indicating the location of the Vanishing Point appears on the Stage.
To move the Vanishing Point back to the center of the Stage, click the Reset button in the Property Inspector.