Many people are now becoming more aware of whiteboard animation. Through the Internet, there are dozens of videos that you can watch about whiteboard animation and they use this medium to promote their business, raise public awareness, or simply to entertain themselves. Whatever the main reason, whiteboard animation is creating great success in keeping people well informed due to its distinctive fact delivery strategy and, at the same time, attractive.

But you may wonder, how are these exciting media being carried out? You can imagine taking your whiteboard marker and drawing anything on your whiteboard and you're all set. Well, not quite ... It will take more than those procedures to get things done, or, say, it will take much more to create a stimulating presentation. Completing the whiteboard animation takes time to complete one, depending on how long the project will last.

When doing the whiteboard animation, you need to prepare your whiteboard, whiteboard marker, eraser, digital camera, tripod and your computer. Let's start with the drawing process and capture what you draw in your whiteboard animation. Let's say you have a segment where a plant is about to grow. To have that progression effect, you must first draw a sprout from the ground and then take a snapshot of it. Soon after that, use the eraser to make an adjustment to the drawing, then take another snapshot, then add more sheets, and once again take another snapshot. Basically if you change something in the drawing you need to take a snapshot but you need to be consistent in using your work circulation and setting your camera to a stable position.

To create movements in the whiteboard animation, like a ball bouncing on the floor. First, draw a straight line for your floor to take a snapshot, then draw a ball on top of the floor, and then take a snapshot. Draw another ball under the first ball, and when you're done with the second ball, erase the initial ball you drew and take one more photo. Perform this procedure in an incremental pattern until the ball hits the ground. This can do the down motion, and to own the up motion, you just want to rewind to have the up motion and so on ... You can do all kinds of experiments like stick man career or pipe progression, but I suggest start with the basics first. And if you feel like you can work together using the drawing, it would be much more fun.

You are almost done with your board animation. Now after taking all those photos, you need to download them to your computer. Open Windows Movie Maker, locate your photos, and then import those photos. You must have a good understanding of how to use Windows Movie Maker simply because after you complete importing those images you have to insert them one by one. This is just for the drawing sequence, it can also do some animation tricks, but it is much more difficult compared to drawing, so it could start with drawing initially. After that, import the audio and see the weather family to make some adjustments. Then master your video clip and enjoy the animation on your whiteboard.

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An illustrator is a highly trained and professionally trained person capable of creating precise and specific drawings