A while back we’ve told you about beautiful PaperVision 3D Templates. We hope you’ve enjoyed their design and usability and you’ll be pleased to know that a new template of this kind has been recently offered for sale. The newly launched PaperVision 3D Template will bring a unique view to your website content, particularly images.
Today we’ll speak about web page designs that ?an take your website to the next level. We’ll focus on PaperVision 3D Templates, to be exact. PaperVision 3D Templates are Flash templates based on ActionScript 3 and made with the PaperVision 3D engine. You may ask yourself, what makes PaperVision 3D Templates so special? These templates
For this tutorial the author used the code from the related post Papervision 3D Programming Tutorial: Explodo-logo and added the ability of image transition in a variety of different ways. Each option (selectable from the combo box in the top left of the demo screen) flips the individual planes that make up the final image
It’s rather difficult to attract the web audience to your website and make them stay longer there. Developers and designers always have to invent something new. And an animated logo certainly does catch the eye. This tutorial shows you how to create a moving 3D text logo with Papervision. The author took the inspiration for
Take a test drive with a powerful Mustang GT in a desert scenery! This demo features a car model imported from Maya into Papervision3D. It uses some home-made physics to simulate the car movement and a couple of new AS3Dmod features to manage the model. The article covers important aspects concerning Maya and Paervison3D interaction.
Base template serves for speeding up the start of each Papervision project you attempt. Learn how to create “base class” by reading this tutorial. This file will be used as the basis of any Papervision projects that you do, and with very few lines added to that code, you can get really good results. Notice:
Papervisoin’s 3D text is nice, but the font choice is limited unless you want to take the time to implement your own Font3D files. A font parser would be very helpful in your Papervision3D projects, don’t you think so? Learn how to load TrueType fonts and use them in the Papervision library by reading this
Another article from series of programming Papervision 3D tutorials demonstrates the use of Flash filters with Papervision 3D objects. Papervision has the ability to use some interesting effects like blur, glow and drop shadows, to add some visual flare to 3D renderings, and the good news is that, just like Flash, these effects are very