I'm having trouble with getting my SVG files exported from illustrator to perform as I require.
I wanted to achieve the look of this video, where illustration is drawn and then filled with colour. I followed all steps I read in previous discussions but still doesn't work properly and I'm quite tight in time.
First, I think there id s problem with Pencil tool stroke point, I mean any strokes above 0.5 are outlined before filled although I'm not using the fill, just the stroke as stated in the steps.
Also, the coloured areas are being weirdly drawn, I drew them with Brush stroke.
My file consists of only two layers. I wonder what could the problem be, I'd be grateful if you take a look on my file analyze the SVG files and provide with help on how to achieve that look like in that video where illustration is drawn and later filled with colour. (The video is "the illustrated history of twitter").
Please I await an answer from you ASAP.
You may find
our Create your own images page useful and
also this YouTube video which one of our
customers has created to walk you through image creation including the fill process in quite a bit of detail.
You have not attached your SVG and your scribe is not saved to your online account so I can't take a look myself but have a look at that video and if you are still struggling then attach your SVG and we take a look.
I think I have done all steps mentioned and I still get not the same result. I'm not sure what's wrong?
I have saved it online under the name S2, if you could check it please and let me know what has gone wrong?
attached here is an illustration from the file in SVG format
This doesn't seem to have the exact problem that you described but it definitely has problems. There appear to be about 4 lines made with the pencil tool at the
top of her head and one at the bottom of her shirt. Videoscribe draws
those correctly.Everything else in that SVG appears to have been
made with the paint brush tool (or maybe the pencil tool with some kind
of brush style setting that produces tapered ends). Even the
transparent lines that are intended to reveal the color are paint brush
lines instead of pencil drawn paths. Therefore after the five stroked
pencil paths are drawn, the rest just appears all at once.My
guess is that you switched to the paintbrush tool to get tapered lines.
If you use brush strokes, you have to make duplicates of the brush strokes and convert the
duplicates to "basic" transparent stroked paths as described here: http://help.videoscribe.co/support/solutions/articles/1000033714-create-your-own-imagesIf you are struggling with the steps, you
might want to experiment with a simpler shape like a circle until you figure out what you are doing wrong and correct
-Mike (videoscribe user)