At Sketch Videos we have a great team of illustrators who draw as easily fish in water. So, in order to give you an idea of the different styles and talents we have here, we asked them to draw a simple fish. And here are just some of the results...
It’s that time again. The End of Financial Year.
It can be a time of lots of paperwork, PDFs and mass emails.
Or it can be much more interesting.
It can be Visual. Dynamic. Involving. Educational. Arresting.
Until the end of May, Sketch Videos is offering a special deal for those clients wanting to show off rather than just tell.
If you book in an EOFY video to illustrate your Annual Report then we will also provide you with a free hand-sketched infographic to be used in conjunction with your video. A cover page for your Annual Report, a hand-out, whatever you need.
So to spice up your Chairperson’s Report, CEO Statement, Yearly Highlights, or
Information for Shareholders package…
Contact us and let’s get sketchy.
It’s been pretty hard to miss the phenomenon that is grown-up colouring books. Check out any bookshop and you’ll find that colouring books now take up an entire section. Companies that make pencils are working extra shifts to keep up with the demand. Truly. They are.
And while it might seem weird, there’s a whole lot of science that says this relaxation exercise isn’t just a passing fad.
Benefits include stress relief, combating anxiety, calming the mind and training the brain to focus. Some say it's a little like yoga. So, instead of doing a downward dog, try picking up a pencil. Ahhhhh, that’s better.
At Sketch Videos we’re a team of sketchers, so the benefits of colouring are not lost on us. We’ve recently been working with clients to create customised colouring in pages or even books that work with communicating an organisation's colourful messages. It's much like the way we create your videos, only a bit more colourful and zen.
If we can help colour your world, get in touch.
Matt is Chief Doodler at Sketch Group. He likes swimming, LEGO, and chocolate lemon curd cake—but then, who doesn't?