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Like the first animation, I want the first thing for the audience to see to be the word "Tesla". This is because it will get anybody that is already a fan of Tesla to look and and get the company name more known. This should be on the screen for 2 seconds and the text is going to fade out.
I am going to have the car start to come in from the right side of the page. This will start of fairly slow. This will be a motion tween from the right side of the page to the left. It will took another second for the car to get the the other side of the page.
Once the car is almost all on the page, I want it to start going really fast. This is to show to the audience the acceleration of the car because it is one of the most impressive feature of the car. I will do this be spreading out some of point on the motion tween to make it have to go further per frame.
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Once the car has got to the middle of the page I am going to put the word "Roadster" behind it, so when it go past the word will be visible to the audience. I am going to do this by finding the frame in the motion tween where it is in the middle of the page and then putting the text in the middle of the page as well on a different layer below it.
I wanted the word "Roadster" to come after the car has gone past because I get the audience to associate the car with the word and speed with the word making it become a well know for its speed. This word "Roadster" will be on the screen for about 2 seconds because it is important that everybody reads its.
I am going to get all of the different colours of the car and then show them by changing the colour of the two cars already on the screen. This makes the audience think about getting the car because they will find a colour that they like. Each colour of the car will show up couple of times because most will want to compare different colours which is hard when you only see the car once. It will be change colours for 5 seconds
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