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Published on May 17, 2013
How to create your own basic SVG images for VideoScribe using Illustrator or Inkscape. Also, learn how to take existing images and convert these into great hand-drawn VideoScribe images. Try VideoScribe today for free at http://www.videoscribe.co
This tutorial was produced using VideoScribe version 1 but is relevant to version 2 also.
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