I am using flash cs6, and I use the envolope mode with the free transform to warp an image. I am trying to create a page turn effect. But the problem is, when I warp an image such that you can see behind an image, currently the back side is transparent, and I see the layer behind the current layer.
In photoshop, i know when you warp an image to see behind it, whats behind it is the mirrored version of the image (or rather horizontally flipped).
Like that can I define the back of an image or layer in flash to be a certain color or another image?
I don't understand what you mean, but to give you a sample file so you can see what I am talking about:
link to fla file: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/48932382/Untitled-1.fla
link to swf file: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/48932382/Untitled-1.swf
As you can see in this file, I am turning the green page, but when you should be seeing behind the page, it's actually transparent and you end up seeing the page underneath it.
Here is a picture of it: (if your wondering, the pages have the same text, it's just the color of the pages are different)
I'm not sure what your talking about, because if you see in the fla file, I never used any masking or rotating.
All i did was have 2 layers, 1 page on each layer, then used the transform tool envolope mode to bend a corner of the top layer, and made a shape tween out of it.
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