What Is A Whiteboard Animation And How It
Lets You Understand The Quotation Better?
Wikipedia.org defines “Whiteboard animation” as:
“A process where a creative story and storyboard with pictures is drawn on a whiteboard (or something that resembles a whiteboard) by artists who record themselves in the process of their artwork.”
A whiteboard quotation is simply one written on a whiteboard by a hand and may include one or more images to convey its message more powerfully.
At ICanLiveMyDreams.com, we like to show children’s hands writing the quotes because kids have unlimited imagination and don’t put limit on themselves.
If you’ve seen the video about how Derek Redmond overcame enormous adversity to finish his 400m race at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and inspired millions of people to go after their dreams, you probably agree the whiteboard animation delivered the important lesson to you effectively, right?
If you haven’t watched it, you can do so here.
You can see an example of a whiteboard quote below…[/text_block]
Learning quotations by watching whiteboard videos is fun, isn’t it?
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While that’s true for some photos, you probably agree a great video could be worth 10,000 or more words, right?
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