I may be misunderstanding. A previous tutorial (can't seem to find it) instructs to have three layers when creating custom SVGs with color: Top layer = line work, Middle layer = color lines to fill area, and Bottom layer = copy of top layer set at 100% transparent.
I want color fills but don't want them to just *appear* rather colored in with a provided hand. The previous tutorial i mentioned also suggested to download/export a color character from the VS library as a model to see how it's constructed. I believe I've followed everything but don't understand what I'm missing.
I've attached the SVG so you can see the setup. Any further help or guidance again is much appreciated!
That did the trick! Thanks Mike!
Hope the next version supports a better way of doing this. Seems like a hack in some ways, but the output looks pretty cool.
I have a simple line drawing with color. I read and watched all the tutorials and even downloaded a VideoScribe library image to deconstruct. Everything draws in order and the color fills in just like want, but when the drawing should be down VideoScribe redraws the entire image two more times.
The setup in Illustrator using the Pencil Tool, basic stroke, 3pt is: