Its possible with videoscribe but you will have to be able to make all of your own art and then make SVGs out of it with reveal paths that will reveal the artwork. For each drawing, you would need to make an SVG for the line art, an svg for the color flats, and additional svg's for each additional pass of shading and highlights, and then you would have to align them in videoscribe.
Here is an example done with videoscribe: https://youtu.be/vGwsqA6BDow
There are threads about aligning multiple SVGs. IE: http://help.videoscribe.co/support/discussions/topics/11000020739. and there are threads about how to make SVGs with embedded drawings and reveal storkes. Practice with a simple drawing like a smiley face first, until you understand how to do it. then try more complex images.
Hi, yes I made the whole drawing on layers in photoshop. Then I saved 5 different images as jpg files:
1) line art with no color
2) line art with color flats on the characters
3) line art with shaded color on the characters
4) line art, shaded
characters and flat background colors
5)lineart with shaded color on
Then I imported all images into illustrator and added a transparent stroked path for each layer, which is what lets videoscribe "draw" the art. Then I saved each layer seperately as SVGs that are exactly the same size, so they will align perfectly in videoscribe when imported. To make them all exactly the same size (including the transparent strokes) you have to encircle them in an ellipse or other shape that is then saved inside each SVG file (as described in the link above that describes aligning SVGs).
-Mike (videoscribe user)
Nice work Mike!
Oh that's neat! Much appreciated.