Creating SVG for Whiteboard Videos

Learn how to create svg files for whiteboard videos the right way.
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  • Lectures 11
  • Length 1.5 hours
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 4/2015 English

Course Description

If you have been struggling to create your svg image files without those double lines then you have come to the right place to learn a better way of creating them. You have probably been taught how to convert a .png file to .svg to use with your whiteboard videos, but those crazy double lines keeping showing up. Converting those .png file to .svg's just don't seem to work that well but I am going to help you change that. Here is what you will learn to do in this course.

  • Create svg files with the real line by line drawing effect.
  • Never have the double lines in your svg files.
  • Learn how to set your brush mode to make it happen.
  • Learn the best tools for clean line drawing effects.
  • I'll show you examples of what not to do.
  • Show you everything to do the right way.
  • How to use the pen tool

All you will need is access to Adobe Illustrator or any other software such as Inkscape, or any other that is like Illustrator. Some of these alternatives are free to download.

The videos in this course has been structured in order of importance to help you get the most out of it. This course is about an hour long and gets straight to the point with all of the fluff left out so you can focus on the topics at hand.

Video marketing is huge and isn't going anywhere so jump on board and learn how to create your very own svg images the right way for yourself, or to offer this new talent as a service to others. If you have any question along the way just send me a message and I will respond as quickly as possible to help you.

Get in now while the price is right because there are time I will add new content as new technology evolves and once you are in, you never pay another cent no matter how large this course gets.

What are the requirements?

  • Have access to Adobe Illustrator or Similar software such as Inkscape

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Create professional svg files for whiteboard videos
  • Start using the pen tool with confidence
  • Master a new skill
  • Learn something new to offer as a service

Who is the target audience?

  • This course is for anyone who wants to learn to create their own svg files for whiteboard videos, to use in their marketing efforts. Students will also benefit by learning a new skill to offer as a service. This course is not for you if you are looking for an in-depth graphic design course.

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.


Section 1: Introduction

Introduction to the course.

Section 2: Right Way and Wrong Way to Create SVG Files

Examples and explainations why this method is the wrong way to create svg files.


Examples and explainations why this method is the better way to create svg files.

1 question

Choose the best answer.

Section 3: Tools That Make Bad SVG's

Why the brush tool doesn't work, as it gives you that double line drawing that looks bad. You can also download the good and bad tools pdf for future reference on the right download area.


The type tool isn't great for svg text and numbers.

Section 4: Best Tools to Create Your SVG Files

Here are the recommended tools to use for the best svg line drawings.

Section 5: Pen Tool Tutorial

This will teach the beginner how to use the pen tool.


This video shows you how to use the bezier tool in Inkscape


This video goes over the pen and pencil tools in Inkscape which is great for drawing or tracing images.

Section 6: Ideas for Drawing Your Own Images

You will learn how to trace images and make them your own.

Section 7: Summary

A recap of the lesson to refresh your memory.

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Instructor Biography

Bryant Dodd, Graphic and Drawing Artist

I am a trained graphic design artist and a self taught drawing artist. I have been drawing with graphite, pastels, and digital medium for a very long time now. I draw and paint using Photoshop, Art Rage, and many other painting software. Drawing and painting is my passion and taking this talent digital has been great, I have decided to teach others to draw, especially beginners. If you already know how to draw and paint, you can still learn new ideas and techniques from me.

I graduated from graphic design school in 2013 and this is what sparked my interest to pursue drawing in digital format. I draw just about anything but my expertise is drawing and painting landscapes, such as trees, water, rocks, mountains, and anything else related. I have taught many people on how to draw via YouTube and selling courses from my own website in the past.

Besides my graphic design diploma, I have years of experience in drawing using the traditional mediums, I believe that practice makes perfect. My teachings are broken down so you can learn one element at a time, such as spending time on just trees, and moving on to other landscape elements.

Another way that I have always worked hard in gaining more experience as an artist is carrying a pencil and sketch book with me every where I go. The bulk of my experience comes from drawing constantly when not doing other activities. I draw if I am in the waiting room of the Dr. office and anytime I feel that I am being idle. I can take my experience and show you how to draw better than you thought was possible.

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