Nice one Sol-Invictus
I myself, being a crappy cartoonist, use flash for just about everything. The Ming-module is indeed excellent for all my needs.
For those interested, I found some really usefull additional Ming-Perl info on http://todbot.com/ming/.
Some (flash 6!) sample scripts and fonts are also provided on http://todbot.com/ming/tsts/
Also really interesting is FLAP, http://www.simonf.com/flap/ using flash remoting in Perl.
Let me also remind you of the trusty SWF-File - brand new version 0.31! and its wrapper SWF-Builder. They too are very handy in scripting SWF movies and produce excellent results. Check my scratchpad to get an slightly funny example involving a camel.
Sure there's more than one way, but one just needs one anyway - Teabag
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