Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Flash animations for blogs

Don't forget to take a look at our animated gifs, we have a search box on the right

A few years ago I was a Flash artist with a social engineering site called "Wallop" and they called us "modders" It was started by Microsoft, taken over by another company and encouraged artists such as myself to display work on their site in the hope that the members would buy some. It was not that successful and I ended up with a few flash animations that I would like to share and Wallop seems to have disappeared. It is possible to get Flash animations on blogs but they need to be hosted on another server. I have tried this before but not very successfully so I am having another go hosting Flash on Photobucket and you can use them on your blogs by copying the HTML code from our Photobucket Flash Album. A little manipulation of the animation size will be required and we have suggested a size with each animation Of course if you use the Photobucket links you have no control over how or when the animations are displayed on your blogs and if there is sufficient bandwidth so it is possible to download the swf file from our google site and host it on your own server.




Advice on embedding Flash animations available here

You can copy and paste the code below into your html on a post, or into a html-javascript gadget and the clownfish aquarium below will appear in your blog.
You can adjust the size by changing the width and height (Pixel size) The animation is hosted on our Google site








Monday, 14 March 2011

Flash clocks that tell the correct time




Image size 150 x 150

A couple of Flash Clocks that can be added to any blog page

Saturday, 12 March 2011

Milk Float



Who wants a milk float on their blogs, not many I suspect but this is the latest Flash animation I have made and it took a long time to make the 3D model so I'm showing it off as much as possible. It was made because I have been a milkman and a modified version has been used for my confessions of a milkman blog


Image size used 500 x 100