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Inspiring HTML5 Banner Examples with GSAP

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Hi dear community!

I know you missed new releases with HERO banners. Today I present 3 of them!

 

Please give us feedback if you like them.

 

1. World Of Tanks — Take Control

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Animation here

 

 

2. World Of Tanks — Video 360°

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Animation here

 

 

3. World Of Warships — Dunkirk Collaboration

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Animation here

 

Thank you!

 

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Excellent work as usual!

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Nice stuff @Matthew Severin!

 

I'll tell you what is the best bit. To see the evolution of your skill browsing the older banners. I can see them getting a little bit nicer, sharper, more dynamic the higher they are on the grid.

 

Great job!

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Great stuff, Oliver16years. Silky smooth.

Nice job on the wheels spinning and maintaining the 3D perspective. very cool

 

 

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I wonder how much you guys charged them for something like this Digital Banners. Specially the interactive once. Also I wonder what application do you guys use to make those canvas animations? Cheers!

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I am not making canvas ads, that is volcanoflash's territory but answering the other question: Until the market is not flooded with good HTML5 specialists You can charge a hefty sum for a master animation and for it's mutations.

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Wow! completely blown away by all the work!

 

How do you guys keep the images so crisp? Do you build the ads on bigger resolution then resize to final spec?

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Great work, Joe. Very slick. 

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Love your work Joe! Awesome interaction design there and sleek animation styles.

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