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There are many good reasons why we should use SVGs, but they can seem complicated and scary. This video, which is part of a mini-series exploring SVG, analyzes why we should use SVGs and what they actually are (it's a scalable vector graphic), and then the absolute bases of their use in your work. .
This video will be followed by creating your own SVG, creating a system of icons and adding some basic animations.
In addition, I had some video problems with this one, so sorry for the quality issues. Already understood the cause and it will be repaired for the next video :). I've also missed TOTALLY a party with the greenscreen, haha. Oops.
Inkscape (for vector software): https://inkscape.org/en/
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