How Anyone Can Create Whiteboard-Style Animations

How Anyone Can Create Whiteboard-Style Animations

I’ve been fine tuning and working with this technique now since about 2011. Many people have asked if I could explain how I do it and even though I’ve hinted at it a few times in past videos, I have a brand new workflow that I would like to share. I would call this a form of whiteboard-style animation, mostly because it was made famous by people simply drawing on whiteboards or white papers. However, you can adjust the technique now to your needs. All you need is a basic drawing technique and you can create animations just like this.

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