Why I Think You Should Consider Easy Sketch Pro

Why I Think You Should Consider Easy Sketch Pro

I would like to show you a piece of software that can help you start an Internet business and potentially earn you substantial money. More importantly, you do not need any technical knowledge – just the ability to type words on your keyboard and move the mouse around the screen.

This is especially important if you are floundering around trying to figure out what type of product or service to offer so you can make some money on the net. We both know how easy it is to reach overwhelm by the massive amount of information found online.

Additionally, if you don’t consider yourself technically inclined, this makes it harder for you to find a suitable niche; one that you can create an income from such as website creation, graphic design or video production. Sadly, this limits your choices of what you can offer to a hungry list of buyers.

I know all too well that if you don’t have any money, you can’t pay the bills. Without money coming in, you’re headed for financial trouble – maybe bankruptcy. Nothing sucks more than dodging telephone calls from bill collectors or worrying how you’re going to put food on the table.

I’ve spent many sleepless nights worrying about the same things when I started online, but luckily I don’t have those worries anymore – and I am going to share a simple idea with you to ensure you won’t have to worry either.

The Possibilities with Easy Sketch Pro

This is where Easy Sketch Pro comes in. Don’t worry – you don’t need technical knowledge because the software does all the hard work for you. With this robust software, you can create videos for other marketers and start climbing out of that financial rut you’re stuck in.

It will export the video into an MP4 format and all you do it type in the text, import pictures and move your mouse around the screen. My 7-year old grandson can do this so I know I’m not asking too much of you. If he can play with it and create a video, I know you can.

When I found this software, I sat and played with it for 20 minutes. Here is the result of my playtime:

Watch the Video:

Simply amazing, isn’t it? When I found Easy Sketch Pro, I knew I hit the jackpot! I sat down and prepared this simple tutorial sketch video in less than 30 minutes and it didn’t take any technical skills! All I had to do was add my text and pictures and let the software do all the work for me!

Say goodbye to monthly doodle sketch services like VideoScribe and Animoto – this software doesn’t require a monthly fee to use and it produces the same high-quality sketch animations that those services do – without the high price tag!

But, it gets even better! You can grab this software for less than what it costs to take the entire family out to dinner and you can achieve the same kind of results I did in the video above!

Minor Setbacks (for Now)

You will encounter minor setbacks with any new software until the bugs are worked out of it. VideoMakerFX had the same problem when they initially launched. Here is what you will encounter:

1. It only allows single line text.

I don’t see this as a setback. An inconvenience but nothing more. There’s a workaround for it and it’s quite easy to do. Additionally, I just got word from Paul (the creator) that this will be fixed in the next update – giving you the ability to add a paragraph of text at a time, rather than just one line.

2. The text draws in outlines first then fills the shapes with color.

This isn’t really a problem when you speed up the animation for your text. If you make the redraw time faster, it’s not a nuisance. Nonetheless, Paul is going to change this in a future update so the text fills instantly with color as the hand writes it out.

3. There is no option to save your images into the image gallery.

You can import your images into the animation screen, but it would be nice to have them saved inside the image gallery of Easy Sketch Pro. That’s not possible right now, but I created an easy fix by adding a directory inside my PC documents area.

The great news is that other users have asked Paul to make it so that we can import our own images right into the gallery – so this option will be part of an update. Until Paul adds this function, just do what I did and create a directory on your hard drive to hold any personal images.

4. You can’t fade the music in or out.

I generally don’t include music if I prepare a speech for the video. I don’t like listening to videos that have audio with music playing in the background either; reason being, I believe it doesn’t allow the listener to focus solely on the message given.

However, you may like adding fade in or fade out music to your audio so Paul is going to add this in a future upgrade too. Until then, you can add fade in and fade out music by using another program like Camtasia or HD Platinum Pro. Otherwise, just forego the fade in/fade out music for the time being.

My Faded Music Solution Works

Here is a video I created to show how easy it is to add a faded music clip into your sketch video. BTW: The video also displays a hand drawn picture of yours truly when I received a Waacom tablet for Christmas and I wanted to see if I could draw on it :)

Watch the Video:

Easy Sketch Pro Compared to VideoMakerFX

I own both programs and won’t return VideoMakerFX because of the animated logo possibilities. Still, when it comes to hand drawn video, Easy Sketch Pro gets my vote.

  • I see a use for both programs, but I like the idea that Easy Sketch Pro makes it easier to create doodle sketch and/or whiteboard videos than VideoMakerFX allows.
  • I also like the price of Easy Sketch Pro, which is significantly more cost effective, and in my opinion, the better software.
  • Logo animations are easier to do with VideoMakerFX, but give me time and I can probably come up with some super animations using Easy Sketch Pro.
  • Right out of the box, VideoMakerFX allows you to create and sell videos to your customers, but Easy Sketch Pro requires you to purchase a one-time offer to have this capability.
  • Easy Sketch Pro will draw multiple images placed onto the canvas. VideoMakerFX only draws the preloaded images that came with the program. For example, you cannot get the animated hand to draw a picture of you like you can do with Easy Sketch Pro.

NOTE: If you should happen to come across an image that won’t draw with Easy Sketch Pro, don’t worry because there are solutions. Either convert your image to an SVG or use the Fade In and/or Drag In functions of the program to add the image to your presentation.

Make Cash with Easy Sketch Pro

So, if you’re looking to start a simple business on the side for extra cash, (or you’re rambunctious enough to turn this into a full-time career), grab a copy of Easy Sketch Pro and get busy practicing with it. You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to use.

Now you can get rid of the frustrations associated with floundering around online. Stop worrying about how you’re going to put food on the table or pay your bills. Get busy using the software and create sample videos that you can display on a website sales page.

You’ll do this because video production is in HIGH demand, and pays good money; especially hand drawn doodle sketches like the two videos I shared with you today.

All it takes is for you to open your eyes to the possibilities. Remember, if my 7-year old grandson can play with this and make it work for him – you can make it work for you too! I wouldn’t tell you about Easy Sketch Pro unless I was confident you could learn it well enough to create money with it.

So make me proud… Click here so you can get started! Don’t waste another second because I promise you, if you don’t take action – somebody else will!

How do you like the doodle sketch videos? Leave a comment below and let me know!

Thanks for reading,
– Bonnie

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About Bonnie Gean

Bonnie is a full-time writer and marketer with over 20-years of experience as an entrepreneur. She loves helping people overcome the technical challenges associated with an online business. Need a step-by-step tutorial? Simply ASK her and she'll help you too.

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  1. How did I happen to miss this? It sounds like a lot of fun!

    Right now, my main sales are through digital papers, wall art, and collage sheets on Etsy, along with designs on Zazzle and Cafe Press.

    Do you think there’d be any uses for this software for me?

    Going to look at it now. I appreciated your non-hype review. :-)
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  2. Hey Bonnie, I love the scribbly font used in the initial text. I can’t find it in my version of the software. Can you tell us how you added it?

    • Hey Bonnie, as usual I found the answer after I posted. I don’t use Windows much so I was not up to scratch. I found a great font site, 1001freefonts.com. I went there and downloaded some scratchy looking hand drawn cartoon fonts… just great! Now I can get the look I want.

      Thanks for a great review.

      • Thanks Peter. So glad you found an answer to your question. How many sketch videos have you produced with Easy Sketch Pro? Can you share a link to them so I can check them out? That would be great… thanks!

    • Any font you have stored on your PC or MAC is available to use while you’re making video with Easy Sketch Pro.

      • I purchased this about a month ago and LOVE IT, but wow….. sure wish I had seen this blog before my purchase. I haven’t heard anything from the person I supposedly bought this from so I’ve had to figure things out on my own. Fortunately, its been pretty easy and straight forward…

        Any chance I can get your support rather than the person I signed up with? Can I resign up with you somehow? LOVE the support you are giving to people! Thank you! :)

        Also, trying to figure out how to fade the music at the end of my video… idea?

        Love ESP! :)

        • My apologies, Amy. I had a truck accident which took me out of commission for a few months. (This explains the late reply to your ESP question.)

          I don’t mind offering help with a product, if I can. You don’t have to return your version of ESP just to buy through my affiliate link. If you have a question, I can answer, I would be glad to assist you.

          Fading music in an out with ESP version 1, is something that needs to be done outside of the program and then brought into ESP when you want to use it; however, in version 2.0 of ESP, fade in and fade out has been added by Paul Lynch. Unfortunately, version 1 users are required to BUY the version 2, which is something that bothered me terribly.

          I was hoping he would give free upgrades from version 1 to version 2, but that wasn’t the case. :(

          I have since purchased Explaindio software, which offers more options than ESP version 2. If you care to check it out, visit this link: http://jvz2.com/c/77895/123757

  3. I am having a very difficult time trying to figure out how to sync the video with audio. I would like to be able to say certain things at different points and am not able to find how to do this. Could you please explain or direct me to where I could find this information?

    • Sheena, the idea is to record your voice first so you can sync your video up with the audio.

      To make the video first and then try to sync your voice to it will have you pulling your hair out! :)

      I would suggest you record your entire script. Print the script out on paper too. Once you’ve recorded the script, go over your paperwork and place in the time slots of where you need to add your video slides.

      Then go inside of Easy Sketch Pro and create your slides. After you’ve done that, change the timing on each of the slides to match up with the timing you have on your document.

    • How did my suggestion work out for you, Sheena?

  4. Maybe this would be easier than me figuring out how to do powerpoint videos.
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  5. Hi Bonnie,

    Well…. you know how long I’ve avoided making videos don’t you. I guess I have no further excuses. I’m supposed to be stopping buying new “tools”, but I just couldn’t resist this one! Watch this space….

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  6. Great product review Bonnie, I’m always learning new things from your site. I actually have a television background so this is probably something that wouldn’t be too difficult to master.
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  7. Now this is one SNO that I love and want! LOL Goodness knows I don’t need anything other than Camtasia right now, but I’ve enjoyed the videos I made using VideoMaker Fx so much that I have to add this one to my arsenal.

    You did a wonderful job displaying the software and comparing it with VMFX.

    I would love to start a side gig using these programs to create videos to sell. They are great for creating sellers, explainers, and simple presentations. I would caution anyone on creating one that’s longer than two minutes. I saw one yesterday that was four minutes long and I clicked off of it, because it soon became irritating or maybe it was just me. LOL

    Thanks for sharing this. {Cynthia says to her husband: “Oh honey? Can I hold your debt card? I think it needs polishing”} LMAO
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    • ROFL – don’t feel bad Cynthia, I had the same reaction when I was first introduced to the program. :)

      Thank you for the kind words. I wanted to give a complete review. I hope I did it justice.

      I agree… the videos should be short and sweet. That’s why my first one was less than two minutes long.

      LOL, yes honey – give Cynthia the card. I see some dust on it. :) hehe

  8. This is a great example of how a product review should be done. You cover all the points and give us some video examples. I will be honored to purchase from your link. I had decided against VideoMaker FX when it came out because of the price and I thought it was very limited. I like this much better.
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    • Awe, thanks for the compliment, Mary! You’re a gem!

      I believe you’re going to like this software, Mary! I intend to do more step by step videos too, to help buyers learn how to use it much faster!

      This makes a great software to start producing videos for your marketing as well as starting a great side business to make videos for other people. I intend to do more video for my PLR buyers now that I have a sensible, easy to use software to create them!

      Let me know if you get stuck on anything and if you need a tutorial to help you out. I would be glad to create them to help you learn Easy Sketch Pro.

  9. This looks like another great video tool Bonnie. I am always fascinated by those Videoscribe type hand drawn animations and this tool looks a lot more cost effective. I like that you can choose your own images otherwise we all get sick of seeing the same ones over and over again in videos.
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    • This software is going to be very popular indeed. I believe some VideoMakerFX people are going to start asking for refunds when they see what this program can do that VideoMakerFX cannot. :)

      Everybody should be creating videos – even if they just want more traffic to their websites. AND, with Easy Sketch Pro, the videos can now be more engaging and entertaining.

  10. I love this program. I’ve seen lots of videos with it and I’ve always been intrigued. I might have to see if I can find a way to use it…especially for some of my bullet point type presentations.
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    • OH girlfriend, let me count the ways that you can use this program! Goodness… maybe I should make a top 10 list to start off with? ROFL

      ANY business online can use Easy Sketch Pro to create videos for their websites and SHOULD be doing so to get more eyeballs to their pages.

  11. You know Bonnie, I’ve seen this promoted quite a bit. I’ll be honest, I clicked through one of the emails and then walked away as soon as I saw the sales video start up – a bloke with a load of boats? Far too internet market-y for me. I didn’t get past the first few seconds, it was a total turn off.

    BUT now I have seen your videos, I can see a use for the product and how it will help me. Thanks for taking the time to put them up there :) I’ll close my eyes and find the buy button by inuition.
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    • You’ll LOVE this program Jan and as I told Mary, I will be creating more videos with it to give you gals an idea of how useful this software is going to be for your online marketing efforts!

      Thank you for buying through my link. I want to make a BONUS to go along with it so people get more bang for their buck, but I just had to get this review out and didn’t have time to make the bonus. I will make sure you get a copy when I am done with them. I have some spiffy images I want to make for the bonus too!

  12. Interesting review Bonnie, I can see that the Tiffany sales techniques are coming through. I looked over Easy Sketch Pro and feel that (at the present time) the clinches are only beneficial to experienced users, not the vast population they are marketing to.
    I look forward to seeing how you put them to fabulous use!
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    • Tiffany sales techniques coming through? I hope that’s a good thing (since I don’t understand the correlation) of what you’re telling me. :)

      I have to disagree with you though — this program is more apt to help newbies as well as seasoned marketers and much more effectively than VideoMakerFX can.

      They are marketing to the right audience because from where I’m sitting, this software can help anybody – from any niche!

      The additional benefit of having the hand draw anything you want with Easy Sketch Pro versus being stuck with the programmed screens you get with videoMakerFX puts this program out in front.

      I’m interested in knowing why you don’t agree. Is there something I’m missing? Please tell! :)

  13. I am definitely going to look into this program. Creating videos is not something I have time and patience for, so if this makes the experience easier, then I will check it out. Thanks!
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  14. This is a brilliant video Bonnie. I am loving Easy Sketch Pro. Now I have to put together a little presentation before I hit the Buy Button, otherwise I know that this product will just gather dust. I know exactly what I can make the video about too.

    As soon as that is done I will definitely buy through your link. Fingers crossed, that will be before the price goes up.

    Excellent review. Thanks :)
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    • You’re going to LOVE this program, Victoria! It’s super easy to use and you can create videos FAST. That’s another thing – if you find mistakes, it’s easy to go back and fix them without having to do the entire video again! :)

      That’s super cool in my book! :)

  15. I am going to have to check out your website!! Really interesting! Thank you. I am always interested in great programs.

  16. Hey Bonnie, I think you are trying to tell me something…that I can sell! :-) I love doodling though I haven’t found time lately to do it. I have a free doodle app that can show a video of how the doodle was done. Well, maybe one day I can give business a thought…
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    • Of course you can sell, Lily! Even if you aren’t using Easy Sketch Pro to sell something, you can still use it to create funny and/or inspirational videos that you share on the blog.

      This not only gives you a variety of content to share, but video entertains and engages your blog visitors. It’s a great way to bring people back to your blog and/or share it with their friends too!

      I would give the software a try.

  17. Sounds like an interesting program – thanks for the review!
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    • It sounds like a winner to me, Laurel. I find it interesting that more people don’t do video when it’s proven to boost the engagement and entertainment value of your blog and social media pages – especially since many marketers use social media networks for this very reason (increasing engagement, etc.); it baffles me.

      My hope is that more marketers take ACTION and try different avenues to gain exposure and reach out to the public. Yet, this isn’t a perfect world so I guess some are bound to fall by the wayside. It saddens me though. :(

      My apologies that you didn’t have more time to comment. I would love to know more about your blog.

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