I really liked the style of the video on the education page.
Specifically I liked the continuous effect - having one part of an object drawn, and then another. For instance, coloring the word "FUN" at the end, or the drawing of "communication".
I wondered if there is a "wise" way to do it, or is it just creating different SVG for every part of the object and adding it to the canvas?
Sorry about the link, I meant:
Thanks for your response. I hope we get an answer from the VideoScribe team.
Whoops, I thought that's what I originally pasted into my link. I
thought I even tested it... but either I pasted the wrong link or the
videoscribe forum had a bug.
Since we can no longer edit our own posts here, just as a test I'm going to try to add a new link to this post:
-Mike (videoscribe user)
I think we should wait for an official response from the team now :)
Mike is correct, the whole scribe seen on the Education page is made using SVG images. Each time you see the hand disappear this is a separate image. So you can create the whole scribe as one single image so you have the spacing correct and then divide into separate pieces to import into VideoScribe.
Thank you both for your replies.
May I ask what you mean by "divide into separate pieces"? Do you create the image with different layers and then export different layer, or is there a better way to do it?
You can cut and paste each section onto a new artboard/page in your SVG editor so that you have a number of separate files and save as SVGs.