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  1. Blake

    Foggy window effect

    Hi there, can anyone direct me to some examples of a foggy window effect created with GSAP? I'd love to see any examples or ideas that would show the screen getting foggy, then the fog being wiped away. I've added a pen that someone else made, but shows the direction I'd like to go in. Thank you Natalia for the pen Thanks in advance, B
  2. Mat_

    Liquid shape

    Hi everyone, I'm totally new to greensock and I have some questions. I'd like to know if GS is the tool I need to realize a "simple" animation. The idea is to animate a simple shape, like this one : http://codepen.io/Mat_/pen/mWNpBo to make it wave a little. Nothing too fancy. If it is, can you point me where to start please ? Thanks a lot !!! Best regards, Mat
  3. I just started to get into using the TweenMax JS animation library, and I have to say that it is pretty sweet. I've gone through and started doing test, and such, and tested the bezier plugin ,which is pretty awesome in itself. My question with the bezier plugin is whether or not it would handle responsive design, such as when the user rescales down their browser window? Currently I have this tween, that is set to animate when the item comes into view. var atween = TweenMax.to('.arrow-test', 2, { bezier:[ {left:100, top:250, alpha: 0}, {left:300, top:0, alpha: 0.5}, {left:500, top:400, alpha:1} ], ease:Power1.easeInOut, paused: true }); My CSS is as follows: .arrow-test-wrapper { position: relative; } .arrow-test { position: relative; top: 0; left: 0; } Does animating on bezier curves support responsive design? Or is there something that I am missing in my code? Thanks!