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Expert Club. He started PowerPoint since the age of 9! He can draw realistic
anime characters (using PowerPoint's Freeform tool) and animate them all in
Thanks to Mr. Francis Lee, admin of PowerPoint Expert Club, his artworks are
now hosted on PowerPoint Heaven. 3 samples have been added. For more
information, visit PowerPoint Heaven at http://pptheaven.mvps.org/.
This is NOT the final version of LaserQuest, plus, the music is NOT one of
the game, but it was created by Fikree.
Fikree is currently working on his latest PowerPoint puzzle game,
LaserQuest, where user will have to beam the laser to the target…
- 7 Worlds (Lab / Frost / H2O / Ruins / Sahara / Impact / Air (hidden) / RGB
- Each world has 6 levels.
- About 20 elements.
- 7 one-minute musictracks.
- Cheat (only choosing the world)
- Downloadable Level
- Art Concepts
- Party Games (Pointer's Way: Race / Connect)
- Local Release (Dubai): December 2006
- Internet Release: January 2007
- Soundtrack Release: January 2007
- Downloadable Release: Febuary 2007
- Archer MacLean
- Hamed Al Aqili
- Shawn Toh
- John Cooney
- Niki Binder
The picture shown below is an anime character named Akiha Tohno. You will be surprised if I tell you that this is drawn using PowerPoint. If that's not enough, how about animating this character? On the next PowerPoint Heaven's update, Han Byul Jang will impress you with some of his works in PowerPoint.
Figure 1: Akiha Tohno drawn using PowerPoint.
Another cool Flash Bulb effect. In this scenario, 5 similar images are inserted onto a slide and placed on top of each other. Next, I applied the Emphasis > Flash Bulb effect onto the images and follow the method used on Flash Bulb art I. When running in the slide show, the end result gives you a feeling as if the image is popping out. Take a look at the sample here:
Here's a sample you can take a look at:
What I have done here is to have a number of AutoShapes, then applying the Emphasis > Flash Bulb effect on them. Next, set these effects to start "With Previous". Finally, have the second effect with a delay (Right click on effect, select the Timing tab) of 0.1 seconds, the third effect with a delay of 0.2 seconds, so on and so forth.
I will be experimenting with more Flash Bulb art in the next few days.