Welcome to lesson four! Hopefully, by this point, you've had a chance to really dig into Procreate and explore all the features and you've practiced vectorizing your work. Those skills are going to come in handy for this lesson because we're going to take those vectorized files and add them to your videos! Adding custom animations can take your videos to the next level. Whether you just want to add some fun to your home movies or are looking to create professional-looking content for your social media platforms, adding your artwork to videos is a great skill to have. \nJoin me in the video below to see how it's done! \n\nTips \u0026amp; Tricks:\n\nEdit to your audio. Everything should correlate to your music and the sound in your video. This will make your video look professional and put together. Match your doodles to the beats of the song.\nI'm editing on iMovie but these techniques will work on any video editing software. \nKeyframing and animating your doodles add a fun touch to your videos. \n\nThat wasn't too hard, was it?! Like anything, video editing and adding your artwork in the form of animation is a skill you'll have to work at to become better. Start with the basic steps I shared in the video and just keep practicing. Before you know it, you'll be a video-editing pro! Don't forget to check out the section on adding art to your videos in the class workbook—I've listed my complete workflow there for easy reference. Up next, we're going to dive into one of my favorite things to do...ever! See you in the next lesson. \nASSIGNMENT: Add your art to your videos. Upload your video to Instagram and be sure to tag me so I can see your wonderful creations!