Graphic designer Matt Molloy and illustrator James Dyson created a video clipart project that highlights the many ways we are all inspired to design and create graphics in Adobe Flash.
The video, titled “Answering Questions With Video Cliparts,” is a series of interactive videos that explore creative, educational and educational resources for creative professionals.
The video series has been featured in the “Curious Case of the Missing Pixel,” an anthology of video essays on YouTube by illustrator J.B. Smith, who also has created graphic design projects for the National Geographic Channel, ESPN and ABC News.
In the series, viewers learn about the challenges and benefits of using Adobe’s Flash content, as well as how to learn how to create their own videos.
The videos are all interactive, and include interactive diagrams of each image in the clipart.
Some of the questions in the videos are interactive, with interactive diagrams for each answer.
For example, the “Explain the Difference Between a Rectangle and a Circle” video asks viewers to explain what the difference is between an ellipse and a circle, and to demonstrate how to draw an ellipsis using a rectangle.
Molloy said the project was inspired by the work of his former graduate student, James Dyer, who was also a graphic designer and illustrators, and who created a project called “Graphic Design in a Box,” a multimedia visual presentation about the creative process of drawing.
Molloys video project, which was published on the Mollroy Group website, features two interactive video segments: one about drawing a rectangle, and the other about drawing an elliptic.
The first video, “Drawing a Rectangular with Adobe Illustrator,” asks viewers how to use Adobe Illustration, and explains the basics of drawing an outline.
The second video, entitled “Draw a Square Rectangle with Adobe Photoshop,” explains the drawing process.
In the first video segment, the viewer draws an ellisis, a line, a triangle and a rectangle using Adobe Illustator.
In a second video segment in the same format, viewers draw an elliptical and a rectangle using Photoshop.
Molls video project shows how to work with Adobe’s Illustrator and Photoshop tools, which he says are a “perfect combination” for the job of creating graphic designs.
Mills video shows how Adobe Illustrators tools are used to create his graphic designs for the first time.
The third video, the interactive segment, shows how the two videos can be used to build your own interactive video experience.
In addition to interactive video clips, Mollos video also includes an educational section.
The interactive section includes interactive questions for each of the six questions in Mollories project, as explained by Molloya in a blog post.
“We hope this series will be useful to anyone interested in learning more about the Adobe Creative Suite, as Adobe has recently released a great collection of tutorials that covers all aspects of creating and using Adobe Creative Cloud,” MollOY wrote.
Movies are another category that have received much attention, especially from young artists.
A number of young creators have released video shorts and music videos that showcase their creative endeavors, with Molloir’s project focusing on creating short video clips for young people.
In a video, Molls senior artist James Dynarski and junior graphic designer Matt Karpen created a short film, “Skiing the North Shore,” which shows a young boy skiing the North Coast of Oregon with a camera mounted on his skateboard.
The film was produced for a group of young people in the summer of 2016.
The short film was created using Adobe Lightroom CC and Adobe Flash Professional, according to Mollyys blog post about the project.
“It was a lot of fun to produce this short film using the tools Adobe has made available for young creatives,” he said.
“I would love to work in the future with a group to develop interactive content with Adobe.”
Molloys short film also includes interactive answers that are available on his blog for viewers to answer.
In “Skeeting the North,” the boy shows off a snowboarding technique that he has developed using Adobe Photoshop.
The boy and his mother, Jennifer, explain how to skate a snowy slope.
The final video, which is the last one in the series of videos, shows the boy and a skateboarder skate a mountain in a video he created using a combination of Adobe Illustrations, Adobe Flash and Adobe Premiere.
“Skipping the North is a project of mine that has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life,” Molls said.
The projects Molloyd has created for other projects have garnered much attention and have been featured on major news organizations.
Molls projects, such as the interactive videos on his Mollory Group website and the video series, have been made available to all Adobe Creative customers.