VideoScribe Community, I would like to know what the "Sweet Spot" is for creating custom svg illustrations.
I see there is some issues with using Illustrator and a basic 1pt stroke, along with what the size of the Artboard is, and that using 1280px x 720px and a 3pt stroke doesn't cause the "popping" effect(where the stroke appears to jump up a few sizes after the illustration is complete) that I have been seeing in my custom illustrations.
The issue I see is that the mask(used for the reveal) is causing artifacts when lines intersect, but when I use SVG from the library, they seem optimized for this.
My round about question is, what is the stroke size of the mask used so that I can make it the same as my stoke width?
I have created a couple of lines - one in illustrator and one in inkscape - that intersect and imported them into videoscribe (see attached scribe).
They are both 6pt thick and neither of them exhibit the artefact that you can see in your own illustrations.
I am waiting to get an official response about this from our illustrators but that is all I can give you at the moment.
here is the scribe
Apparently, if you change the scale of the SVG then it will sort out the problem.
So basically change the size (I asked one of our developers and got a complicated answer that I don't fully understand) and this should sort the problem.
If you have the svg file that this issue occurs on and can share it with me then I might be able to get a better explanation and solution.