Developing a thought into a working idea is difficult. The process gets compounded when expressing the idea through a literary description. Sometimes, no matter how precise the words are, the interpretation gets garbled. Sketchcast is an uncomplicated way of expressing ideas visually.
The web app records sketches which are intended to visually describe or depict an idea. Each sketchcast starts with a blank slate and users draw images by moving their mouse around the screen. All the while, Sketchcast records the drawings as though a video tutorial is being filmed. Optionally, users can record audio to accompany the drawings and further detail the sketches.
Sketchcast is not meant to be a video replacement or feature rich design option, but it does have some useful applications. Many of the example sketches ultimately look like doodles and lack real graphical quality, but that’s all part of what Sketchcast offers. Although Sketchcast can be used by those with a skilled hand and could be more effectively utilized through a graphics pen/pad, there’s genuine use properties for those in need of a quick image depiction.
A keen example of proper Sketchcast use is how to draw musical notes. Simply record the drawing of a musical note, title it and in under 2 minutes a video of how to depict musical notes is done. Sketchcast could be used for online tutoring, forum posts and sharing quick how-to’s on social websites. Either way, Sketchcast fits a niche and can help express ideas more completely
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