In this tutorial, we'll be building a class file that creates a stylized mask for any
DisplayObject. The mask will be based on Perlin noise, and create an effect of growing holes that progressively "eat away" at the
DisplayObject until it is completely obscured. Along the way, we'll learn some of the more advanced techniques available using
Preview the Final Effect
Let's take a look at the effect we're after. The SWF below shows it off, in the form of the transition between images.
You can see that the images sort of melt into each other, in a random but organic way. New images begin to grow out of little spots, which eventually fill up the entire canvas. This effect is based on Perlin Noise.
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