NEED HELP FOR SchOOL ABOUT COMPUTER ANImaTION PLS ITS DUE soonn

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5starog

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i got a intel celeron 1.8ghz from 2003 (its still good i never replaced any parts except the power supply once) with 256mb ram
and i one question i have to do a project for my class where i want to just demonstrate the development of the atom (dont think i am a geek because i just have to do this for class not an extra assignment)
anyway so i want to create animations similar to the ones on this site
http://flash.artie.com/
i am specifacally talking abt the first two goldzinger, presdiaetnal crap shoot out and do unto others
my flash prsentation is got to be 10 minutes long

how do i create a project similar to the ones in the site i have some stupid homo hard to understand program called
toon boom studio
crazy talk (nice program but it doesnt let you create frames or whtever
gif animator
anime studio pro (im unistalling this program its a faget
flipbook
and i dont wanna have to draw anything becasue i have pics of some scientists tht look cartoonish
and question do animators really go about drawing everey single frame??? so they have to draw the same charecters over and over?
to give u a better idea of the project i wana do something like south park
and i am installing adobe flash cs4 hoping tht this would run on my chap comp (was 500 back then)
so pls just tell me how i can go about creating a 10 flash colorful project and let me know if i need any other software
maybe 3d max (thts too complicated though and i dont want complicated since im a freaking noob
and they also have autodesk maya i can get tht if its not too complicated
 
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