2 Contents SketchBook Pro for Android Sketching... 5 For users of the SketchBook Pro for Galaxy Note... 5 S Pen menu... 6 Easy Clip... 6 Clutch... 6 Toolbar... 7 Information toolbar... 8 Gestures... 8 Zoom into and out of the canvas...8 Reposition the canvas... 9 Brush Properties puck Access the Brush Properties puck Resize a brush Corner tools Slider fidelity Application/device specific caps Select a brush Radial menu Select a brush Editor Select a brush Customize brushes Change brush properties Color Wheel Change color panels Select a color Color Editor Change RGB and HSB Swatch panel... 24
3 Select a swatch Create and change a swatch Change your view Zoom in and move around a sketch Zoom out of a sketch View the full canvas Create a new sketch Import a sketch Layered images Gallery and saving Importing a sketch Drawshapes Flood fill and area Symmetry Undo and redo Undo brushstrokes Redo brushstrokes How do I add text Transforming text Layers and the Layer Editor What are layers? How do I use layers? Add a layer Duplicate a layer Add an image Merge layers Delete a layer Hide and show a layer Reorder layers iii Page
4 Change layer opacity Preserve layer transparency Blend modes Multiply layers Add layers Screen layers Apply blend modes Move, rotate, or scale a layer Save your sketch Export your sketch Export options Open a saved sketch General Brushes and Colors Corner Shortcuts Factory Defaults Help About News... 55
5 Introduction Sketching Drag your finger to start sketching. A default brush and color are used. To change the brush or color, see Color Wheel. For users of the SketchBook Pro for Galaxy Note Another way to sketch is to use the Samsung S Pen. SketchBook supports its pressure sensitivity. S Pen with an erase is also compatible with SketchBook. In S Pen Mode, you can only sketch with S Pen. This is to prevent your fingers from leaving accidental strokes. You can still use your fingers to open the menu, pick different brushes, or do multi-touch gestures. Tap Change Settings to turn off Pen Mode.
6 S Pen menu Press the S Pen button and hover close to the canvas to access the Pen Menu. Use it to quickly access the Color Picker or Eraser, share sketches, or send something to S Note. To turn this function off, tap your Home button > Prefs > Pen and toggle off Enable Pen Menu. Easy Clip Add images captured with the S Pen Easy Clip function to your sketch. In the Layer Editor, tap, then Import Photo > Gallery and select an Easy Clip image. Clutch Tap (Clutch) to access the corner tool, Brush Properties puck (see Brush Properties Puck). Doubletap a corner to access its corner tool. To customize your corner tools, see Corner Shortcuts. To display the customizable radial menu and the palettes, see Brushes and Colors.
7 Toolbar Use the tools in the toolbar to save, create, edit, and access an assortment of editors, and tools. Gallery Save and export your sketch Open a saved sketch Add an image Share an image Copy an image Deletean image Edit an image New Sketch Create a new sketch Preferences Changing Preferences Overview Help Reset preferences Undo Redo Undo brushstrokes Undo and redo Editor Customize brushes Change brush properties Create colors Shape Tools Shapes Guides Using guides Symmetry Mode Symmetry Stop symmetry at the center Layer Transform Text Layer Editor Move, rotate, or scale a layer How do I add text Layers and the Layer Editor Blend modes
8 Information toolbar After tapping, the Information toolbar appears along the top of your screen. It contains the following options: News Help Prefs About Connect to SketchBookNews.com and get support, enter feedback, find documentation and articles, and more. Take a visual tour to get the basics. Customize tools and application settings. Find which version of the app you re running. For more information, see Help. Gestures In the canvas, double tap the corners of the screen to access different tools or use two fingers for zooming, moving, and rotating. For more information, see Corner tools. Zoom into and out of the canvas On the screen, pinch together or expand two fingers to zoom in or out. Pinch and expand your fingers to zoom in. Pinch your fingers together to zoom out.
9 Reposition the canvas With two fingers, drag in different directions to change your view of the canvas. Keep in mind, this does not change the placement of layers on the canvas. For this, see Move, rotate, or scale a layer.
10 With two fingers, tap-drag to the right to pull the canvas and see the left side of it. With two fingers, tap-drag to the left to pull the canvas and see the right side of it. With two fingers, tap-drag up to pull the canvas and see the lower part of it. With two fingers, tap-drag down to pull the canvas and see the upper part of it.
11 Brush Properties puck Use the Brush Properties puck for changing the size of a brush. To access the puck, see Access the Brush Properties puck. To resize a brush, see Resize a brush. Access the Brush Properties puck To access the Brush Properties puck: At the bottom of the canvas, tap. TIP Either tap the canvas with three fingers or tap toolbar. to access the Resize a brush From within the Brush Properties puck: Tap-drag left to increase the size of a brush. Tap-drag right to decrease the size of a brush.
12 Corner tools When you tap, the Corner tools are visible. Another way of accessing these without making them visible is to double-tap the corners of the screen. The default corner quick tool mappings are: Top left Top right Bottom left Bottom right Slider fidelity To move sliders precisely, tap-hold and drag above or below. Tap-hold a slider, then move above for increasing its value or below to decrease it. The further away from the slider, the more precise your control.
13 Application/device specific caps There are different caps in the following areas, due to the memory of the device: Canvas size 1024 Number of layers 6 Levels of undo/redo 10
14 Glossary Definitions of terms used in this help. brush A tool for adding brushstrokes to the canvas. Available brushes include pencil, pen, eraser, paintbrush, airbrush, marker, chisel brush, felt pen, and smear pen. Brush Editor Part of the Editor for choosing brushes and changing their attributes. brush outline A circular outline that shows the size of a brush. This is only visible when resizing a brush. This is only visible when resizing a brush. brushstroke A mark made when you drag a finger across the canvas. canvas The paintable area where strokes are applied and images are imported. clutch A UI element for accessing the toolbar and Brush Properties puck. Color Editor Part of the Editor with options for selecting, creating, and making changes to colors. eye-dropper A tool, also known as the color picker, for grabbing a color. Flick The quick action of moving your finger to mimic the turning of a page. This action is used in the Editor for accessing different pages of brushes.
15 layer An entity that contains its own content. When combined or stacked with other layers, it becomes part of a composition. Layers can be visible or hidden, rearranged, transformed, their opacity changed, and blended. marking menu A hidden menu accessible when using a three-finger gestures. opacity The amount of transparency. Paint/brush and layer opacity can be changed. panel A flippable piece of an editor that displays options specific to this section. Shape texture brush A brush that uses a shape to create its stroke. An assortment of these can be found in the Brush Editor. stamp spacing The space between a series of stamps that defines a brushstroke. Decreasing spacing places stamps closer together, producing a dark smooth brushstroke. Increasing spacing spreads stamps out, producing a brushstroke that is lighter and not as smooth. stroke What is created when you sketch or paint. SV (saturation and value) triangle The values that combine to create the diamond in the Color Wheel. Tap-drag within the diamond to adjust the shading and tint of the color. swatch A color chip found in the Swatches panel of the Editor. Swatches can be added to the panel. swipe The action of quickly dragging three fingers across the canvas to access a certain tools. tap The action of lightly rapping the corners of the screen or middle of the canvas with two or three fingers to access a certain tools.
16 transparency (of layer, of brush) The amount of detail you can see underneath a layer or brushstroke.
17 Change brushes, colors, and your view The Editor has two sections. One contains a variety of different brushes, including color stamps and a smear brush. Flip the panel to access sliders to change aspects of the brush stroke. The other section contains a color wheel for selecting a color, color picker for grabbing a color, and sliders for setting RGB and HSB values. Flip the panel to access color swatches and create a custom library of color. Choose from an assortment of default brushes and stamps that make sketching a breeze. Flick through the pages of brushes, then tap one to select it. NOTE The last-used brush is saved for the next session.
18 Select a brush Select a brush using the radial menu or Editor. Radial menu Select a brush Enable Radial menu in Prefs to access the radial menu. Tap, then tap a brush. To access the radial menu, tap. To add a brush to the menu, tap-hold an icon, select a brush, make modifications to it, and set a color. Editor Select a brush 1 2 Tap. Tap the arrow below the brushes to change the page and access other brushes. 3 Tap a brush.
19 Customize brushes Looking for something different? Change the settings of a brush to customize it. Within the Editor, there are tools for changing the radius, opacity, spacing, and color of a brush. To rest brushes to their default settings, see Brushes and Colors. Change brush properties Use the sliders in the Editor to change the properties of a brush. 1 Tap to open the Editor. 2 Tap a brush. 3 Do either of the following:
20 Tap-drag the slider to the right to increase its value or tap the label to the right of the slider to increase it by a set amount. NOTE If the sliders aren t visible, tap the panel. to flip Tap-drag the slider to the left to decrease its value or tap the label to the left of the slider to decrease it by a set amount. NOTE For more control when changing slider values, as you tap-drag a slider, without lifting your finger, slide your finger up or down. The further away you are from the slider, the more precise your movements. NOTE The properties panel scrolls to list more parameters. Tap one of these to change the brush tip: NOTE Use the radial menu to access custom brushes quickly. See Radial menu.
21 Color Wheel To access the Color Editor, tap. NOTE If the Color Editor is grayed out, flip to the first or second page of brushes. Change color panels Tap to flip the panel to create colors or set RGB or HSB values to with the Color Wheel. Tap to flip the panel to access preset and stored custom colors with Swatches. Colors created in the Color Wheel panel can be stored as swatches for future use. See Create and change a swatch.
22 Select a color After selecting a brush, select a color using the Color Editor s (Swatches). (Color Wheel) or Color Editor Use the panels of the Color Editor to create or choose a color. 1 Tap. 2 Do any of the following: Tap-drag within the diamond to change the saturation and luminance. Tap-drag within the ring to change the hue. Tap-drag the sliders to change the RGB or HSB values. Tap-drag to capture a color from a different source.
23 Change RGB and HSB You can create a color by setting RGB and HSB values. 1 Do one of the following: Tap to flip to the RGB panel. Tap to flip to the HSB panel. 2 Tap-drag the sliders to set a value.
24 Swatch panel The Swatch panel houses a selection of pre-defined color chips. As you create swatches, they replace others and appear in this panel. IMPORTANT You must close out of the Editor to save your swatches. Do this by either selecting another tool from the toolbar, sketching, saving, or letting the editor close on its own. When working on projects where the client has provided a color palette, capture and store swatches of these colors for future use. After a project is completed, to remove swatches, there are two methods: Reset preferences. Replace the swatches. Select a swatch After you have accessed the Editor, use the Swatches panel to select a color swatch. 1 If in the Color Wheel panel, tap flip to the Swatches panel. to
25 2 Tap a swatch, then start painting. Create and change a swatch After creating a color, save it by creating a swatch. 1 Do any of the following: Select a color using the Color Wheel or a swatch. Create a color using the Color Wheel. Capture a color using (eyedropper). 2 Tap. 3 Tap-drag the color ribbon onto or between swatches to add the color to the list.
26 Change your view Zoom in on or out of an area of your sketch, or move around the canvas and change your view. Zoom in and move around a sketch Zoom in to see details and have finer control when sketching and painting. With two fingers, drag and expand on the canvas to zoom in. NOTE To zoom in further, repeat this action as many times as necessary. With two fingers, drag the canvas to change its placement.
27 Zoom out of a sketch Use zooming out for when you want to have a better view of the overall composition. With two fingers, pinch the canvas. NOTE To zoom out further, repeat this action as many times as necessary.
28 View the full canvas Click the corner tool, Frame Canvas, to instantly change the view and display the full canvas.
29 Gallery The Gallery contains the following options: Edit Tap your Back button to return to the canvas and make changes to a sketch. New/Import Tap and select one of the following options: New Creates a new blank canvas. Import Choose one of the following and use the Search, Preview (only available for Photos), and Sort options to help locate an image. PSD to browse and select a PSD image. Browser to browse and select a PNG and JPG image. Dropbox to select and load images in a Dropbox folder. Export 2SD Tap. Share Tap and select one of the following options: Share as Flattened to export a PNG or JPG of the image. Share as PSD to export a layered image. Next, select a method for sharing your image: Bluetooth Gmail Picasa Copy/Delete Tap and select one of the following options: Copy to create a duplicate of the selected image in the Gallery. Delete to delete the selected image from the Gallery.
30 Sketching and painting Create a new sketch To create a sketch, tap and draw. Import a sketch You can import two types of images: Flattened Layered PNGs and JPGs are imported into SketchBook Pro as flattened images. Upon import, their orientation is respected and they are scaled and centered (not stretched). PSD layered images work differently. Orientation, layer number, blend modes, canvas size, and device all need to be considered before importing or exporting. Layered images Before importing layered files into SketchBook Pro, it s important you read this section. Since you can import layered files from and export them to different types of devices with varying capabilities, this section will provide tips for how to best do this. SketchBook exports layered files as PSDs, which is great for sharing sketches and using the layered files elsewhere. Share work-in-progress with friends or clients. Have them view it on their device and add comments, using an annotated layer. Re-import the file, check out their feedback, and get back to it. Gallery and saving When you import a file, you must actively save it before it will appear in the Gallery. See Save your sketch for more details.
31 Importing a sketch There are three import options, PSD and Browser. 1 Tap and Gallery, then Save, Save A Copy, or Don t Save. 2 Tap. Tap Import, then one of the following: SDCard Others 3 Locate and tap an image to import it.
32 Drawshapes Use the Draw Style tools to aid with drawing lines, rectangles, and ellipses, as well as return to freeform stroke mode. 1 Tap. 2 Tap one of the following: to return to freeform stroke mode. to draw a straight line. to draw a rectangle. to draw an ellipse. 3 Tap-drag to draw a shape. NOTE To exit a Draw Style tool, tap a different Draw Style tool, such as.
33 Flood fill and area Flood Fill fills the active layer with color, speeding up the painting process, working like a mask. 1 Tap. 2 Select a color. 3 Tap. NOTE If is not visible, tap to flip the page and access the brushes. 4 Tap an area to fill it. 4
34 Symmetry The Symmetry tool enables you to turn symmetry on and off as you sketch. Anything drawn on one side of the axis is mirrored. The axis of symmetry always appears at the center of the canvas. 1 Tap. It changes to. 2 Draw.
35 Undo and redo Undo brushstrokes SketchBook is more forgiving than paper or canvas. When you place a stroke and decide it s not what you had in mind, you can undo it. You have 10 levels of undo. To undo an action, do one of following: To undo the previous action, tap. Double-tap the bottom right corner of the screen. Redo brushstrokes If you undo a stroke and decide you want it back, unlike traditional sketching, you can get it back. You have 10 levels of redo. To back out of undos (redo), do one of the following: Tap. Double-tap the bottom right corner of the screen.
36 Adding text How do I add text 1 Press to access the keyboard. 2 Set the font, its color, size or opacity. 3 4 Tap the text field. Tap DONE. Transforming text Use the buttons along the top to transform your text. With two fingers, freeform move, rotate, and scale text. Move text in any direction. Rotate text. Scale text up or down. Vertically flip text. Horizontally flip text. Rotate text 90 degrees counterclockwise. Rotate text 90 degrees clockwise.
37 Using layers Layers and the Layer Editor Access the Layer Editor and its layers with toolbar. from the Use layers to build a sketch with individual elements. Simplify changes and explore variations with them. What are layers? Layers provide a way to mark up or make changes to an image without modifying the rest of the composition. Use multiple layers for building complex sketches or testing variations of a design. Layers are created, duplicated, merged, turned on and off, reordered, blended, and deleted using the Layer Editor. As content is added to a layer, the Layer Editor Preview updates, displaying the content and making it easier to identify a layer. Empty layer Layer with content
38 How do I use layers? 1 Tap to open the Layer Editor. The current layer is highlighted. NOTE Upon startup, the Layer Editor will have one layer listed. Use to add up to 5 more layers. 2 Do any of the following: Hide and show a layer Preserve layer transparency Reorder layers Delete a layer Blend layers Add a layer Duplicate a layer Add an image Merge layers Change layer opacity Add a layer Create a new empty layer. 1 Tap to open the Layer Editor. The current layer is highlighted. 2 Tap. In the canvas, the new layer appears over the other layers. To reposition it, see Reorder layers.
39 Duplicate a layer Create a copy of the active layer. 1 Tap to open the Layer Editor. The current layer is highlighted. 2 Tap the layer you want to duplicate. 3 Tap. A duplicated layer is created and becomes the active layer.
40 Add an image Use to add an image from the Browser to a layer to make modifications to the content and add it to the overall composition. 1 Tap to open the Layer Editor. The current layer is highlighted. 2 In the Layer Editor, tap a layer to make it active. 3 Tap. 4 Tap Import Photo or Import Camera and select an image.
41 Merge layers Once the content of a layer is finalized, use creating other content. 1 Merge to combine layers. This frees up layers for Tap to open the Layer Editor. The current layer is highlighted. The layer to be merged must be above the one it will be merged with. If it isn t, reposition it. See Reorder layers. 2 Tap. 3 Tap OK.
42 Delete a layer Remove layers to make room for new ones. 1 Tap to open the Layer Editor. The current layer is highlighted. 2 Tap a layer to make it active. 3 Tap and OK. Hide and show a layer Create different variations of an idea by changing a color, add a logo, place something else in the scene, or remove an element. Hiding and showing layers allows you this flexibility, making it possible to see only what you want to see. 1 Tap to open the Layer Editor. The current layer is highlighted. 2 Do either of the following: Tap to hide a layer. Tap to show a layer.
43 Reorder layers Change the layer order by dragging layers above or below one another within the Layer Editor. To make a layer appear in front of another, move it above another. To make a layer appear behind another, move it below another. 1 Tap to open the Layer Editor. The current layer is highlighted. 2 Tap next to the layer you want to move. 3 Drag the layer into position.
44 Change layer opacity Change the transparency of a layer to create a striking or subtle effect. 1 Tap to open the Layer Editor. The current layer is highlighted. 2 Tap the layer you want to affect. 3 Drag the Opacity slider: left to increase transparency right to decrease transparency
45 Preserve layer transparency Use Preserve Layer Transparency to make edits to only the visible contents of a layer. Any transparent pixels on a layer remain transparent when this option is enabled, instead of becoming white and opaque. This makes it easier to composite various layers together, combining backgrounds and foreground images with blending occurring between pixels with various levels of transparency. When applied to a layer containing paint, only the painted portions of the layer are filled. 1 Tap to open the Layer Editor. The current layer is highlighted. 2 Tap to change it to. Blend modes Use blend modes to determine how layers are composited together. Create complex multi-layered textures. Choose from Normal, Multiply, Add, and Screen. Apply them and experiment without the fear of permanently altering your composition. When layers are combined, the results can vary. Change the order and experiment with the settings to achieve the result you want.
46 Multiply layers Use Multiply to produce an overall darkening effect to the layer appearance. When using Multiply, the value for each pixel in the layer is darkened by a value equal to or greater than the value of pixels on other layers occupying the same location in the layer stack. It produces a similar effect to combining one or more photographic transparencies together and looking through them. Add layers Use Add to lighten the overall composition, similar to Screen, but in a more extreme manner. When using Add, each pixel is brightened by a value equal to or lesser than the value of pixels on other layers occupying the same location in the layer stack. This is applied as a linear calculation. Screen layers Use Screen to produce an overall lightening effect to the composition. When using Screen, each pixel in the layer is brightened by a value equal to or lesser than the value of pixels on other layers occupying the same location in the layer stack. It produces an effect opposite to that of Multiply.
47 Apply blend modes To add a blend mode, do the following: 1 Tap to open the Layer Editor. 2 Tap the Blend Mode button. 3 Tap a blend mode. 4 Draw.
48 Transforming a layer Rotate, scale, and move a layer using Layer Transform. Resize a layer, pivot it, or reposition it without affecting the content on other layers. Don t confuse this with transforming a canvas, which changes the view, without affecting the placement or size of the layers. Move, rotate, or scale a layer Use two-fingers to drag along the canvas and transform your layer. NOTE When transforming a layer, keep in mind that any content that is resized and expands beyond the size of the canvas (not your view) will be cropped off. Undoing this action will restore the content; otherwise, it is lost. 1 Tap to access the toolbar. 2 Tap. The canvas changes, displaying the following: Move the layer in any direction. Rotate the layer. Scale the layer. With two fingers, freeform move, rotate, and scale the layer. Horizontally flip the layer. Vertically flip the layer. Rotate the layer 90 degrees counterclockwise. Rotate the layer 90 degrees clockwise.
49 Courtesy: (c) Susan Murtaugh To rotate, drag in a circular manner with one finger. To move, drag up, down, left, or right with one finger. To scale, drag up, down, left, or right with one finger. To scale, with two fingers, pinch the canvas for a smaller layer and expand your fingers for a larger layer. 3 When finished, tap DONE.
50 Save, export, and post sketches Save sketches to your Gallery, then export and post them. The Gallery is a component of SketchBook Pro for Android. If you accidentally delete the app, your Gallery and all the sketching within it are deleted. So, we recommend: Exporting to your SD card and Dropbox. Taking snapshots of your canvas to save the image in your Photos folder. Save your sketch SketchBook Pro auto saves after 10 strokes; however, we still recommend you save your work and copies of it. When importing an image, you need to save it before it will appear in the Gallery. 1 Tap. 2 Tap Save, Don t Save, or Save a Copy. Export your sketch Export to your SD card or Dropbox. Choose from.png or.jpeg (flattened) or.psd (all layers are saved, so when the file is reopened, the layer structure is intact). 1 Tap, then Save, Don t Save, or Save a Copy. 2 Tap the thumbnail view of the sketch. 3 Tap to export.
51 Export options 1 Choose SD Card as your export destinations. 2 Select a file type: PNG or JPEG for a flattened image. PSD for a multi-layered image. 3 Tap Export to this folder. Open a saved sketch Whenever you save a sketch to the Gallery, you can reload it by double-tapping it in the Gallery to continue work on it. When a sketch is reopened, the content appears in the Layer Editor and the canvas updates.
52 Changing preferences Use the preferences to customize application settings. To access your preferences: 1 Tap to access the toolbar. 2 Tap and Prefs. General To turn on a preference, tap the box next to it to add a check. Use Offset Painting Symmetry: Stop Center Toolbar Always Visible Enable Pen Pressure Set the cursor to appear a short distance away from your finger when sketching to easily see where a stroke will appear. For your strokes to stop at the center point when using symmetry. Keeps the toolbar visible, even when sketching. Responds to the pen pressure if sketching with a pressuresensitive stylus.
53 Brushes and Colors To turn on a preference, tap the box next to it to add a check. Smooth Brush Makes the strokes smoother. Use Palettes Turns on the brush and color palettes. Show Radial Menu Shows the radial menu around the brush ring Tap-hold for Color Picker Use to turn on or off the Color Picker that appears The Color Picker turned on, it does. does not appear. However, when
54 Corner Shortcuts Assign access frequently used tools to the corners of the canvas. Tap a corner and assign a tool from the list that appears. Factory Defaults Use the Factor Defaults buttons to reset all your color swatches and brushes to their original state. If you don t want to restore all the brushes, you can reset individual ones. Tap the following: Reset Color Swatches to change your color swatches back to their original state. Reset Brush Settings to change brushes back to their original state. Reset Preference Settings to change back all your preferences to their original state. IMPORTANT Before using Reset Brush Settings, keep in mind, it removes brushes downloaded from the SketchBook Store, as well as resets the radial menu and brush palette. You can return to the store to download those brushes again. However, custom brushes from the radial menu will be lost. IMPORTANT Before using Reset Color Swatches, keep in mind it resets the color palette.
55 Getting SketchBook information Help Tap, then Help to access the tour guide slides. About Tap, then About to find the apps version number. Tap Flickr Group to access the SketchBook Flickr group. Tap SketchBook to visit the Autodesk SketchBook page for information on the SketchBook family of products and how to purchase SketchBook products. Tap Ask Questions to visit the SketchBook Help page and ask questions, share ideas, report problems, and give praise (which we love ). News Opens with the latest SketchBook documentation and information on the SketchBook family of products, upcoming events, and showcased users. It provides tips and tricks for using the software, reviews of new gadgets and hardware you can use with the SketchBook products, as well as printable versions of the Help. Find the latest updates. Send us feedback and suggestions.
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m Morpholio Quick Tips TracePro Morpholio for Business 2018 m Morpholio Quick Tips TracePro 01: Hand Gestures 02: Apple Pencil 03: Start a New Drawing 04: Setting The Scale 05: Project Settings 06: Setting
Workspace tour Welcome to Corel DESIGNER, a comprehensive vector-based package for technical graphic users and technical illustrators. This tutorial will help you become familiar with the terminology and
Accessed with permission from http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~agenad/help/photoshop.html GETTING STARTED MAKING A NEW DOCUMENT To get a new document started, simply choose new from the File menu. You'll get
Photoshop: a Beginner s course by: Charina Ong Centre for Development of Teaching and Learning National University of Singapore Table of Contents About the Workshop... 1 Prerequisites... 1 Workshop Objectives...
Add A Realistic Rainbow To A Photo In this Photoshop photo effects tutorial, we ll learn how to easily add a rainbow, and even a double rainbow, to a photo! As we ll see, Photoshop ships with a ready-made
COMMUNITY TECHNICAL SUPPORT Adobe Photoshop CS2 Workshop Photoshop CS2 Help For more technical assistance, open Photoshop CS2 and press the F1 key, or go to Help > Photoshop Help. Selection Tools - The
INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHICS Illustrating from sketches in Photoshop Information Sheet No. XXXX Creating illustrations from existing photography is an excellent method to create bold and sharp works of art
5 Masks and Channels Adobe Photoshop uses masks to isolate and manipulate specific parts of an image. A mask is like a stencil. The cutout portion of the mask can be altered, but the area surrounding the
Adobe Photoshop 1. Introduction What is Adobe Photoshop? Adobe Photoshop is a web designing software used for giving effects and filters to an image to make it more appealing and attractive. Brought out
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giving a photo painted edges In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we re going to combine a couple of different effects. First, we ll give the photo easy-tocreate painted edges, and then we ll make it look
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Chapter 8 Working with Transparency, Effects, and Graphic Styles and Recoloring Artwork 2011 Delmar, Cengage Learning Objectives Use the Transparency panel and the Color Picker Recolor artwork Apply effects
ArtRage part of Intel Education Intuitive digital art creation Getting started with ArtRage ArtRage part of Intel Education provides intuitive tools that simulate the use of real materials to create digital
Adobe Train the Teacher modules written and edited by the T3 curriculum team. Janet Davis Abigail Rudner Steve Tatum Chris Faust Lesson overview: This module provides a basic overview of the workspace,
Cricut Design Space App for ipad User Manual Cricut Explore design-and-cut system From inspiration to creation in just a few taps! Cricut Design Space App for ipad 1. ipad Setup A. Setting up the app B.
Enhance AutoCAD Designs with Autodesk SketchBook Designer Jerry Berns EMA Design Automation, Inc. AC3525-L AutoCAD and SketchBook Designer offer interoperability tools that allow you to take AutoCAD geometry
Selection Tools Icon Tool Name Function Select Rectangle Select Ellipse Select Hand-drawn area (lasso tool) Select Contiguous Region (magic wand) Selects a rectangular area, drawn from upper left (or lower
PHOTOSHOP You will; 1. Learn about some of Photoshop s Tools. 2. Learn how Layers work. 3. Learn how the Auto Adjustments in Photoshop work. 4. Learn how to adjust Colours. 5. Learn how to measure Colours.
DIGITAL PIXEL EFFECT In this Photoshop tutorial, we re going to look at how to create a digital pixel effect, which is often used in ads that sell anything to do with digital. We re going to first pixelate
Adobe Adobe Creative Suite (CS) is collection of video editing, graphic design, and web developing applications made by Adobe Systems. It includes Photoshop, InDesign, and Acrobat among other programs.
NMC Second Life Educator s Skills Series: How to Make a T-Shirt Creating a t-shirt is a great way to welcome guests or students to Second Life and create school/event spirit. This article of clothing could
Using Layers Chapter 5 2011 Delmar, Cengage Learning Chapter Objectives Learn to use the Layers panel and Layer menu for various commands. Create two permanent selections to duplicate graphics for replication
User Manual Contents Getting Started.! 7 Welcome to ArtRage.! 7 Installing ArtRage.! 7 For Mac OS X Users:! 7 For Windows Users:! 7 Unlocking ArtRage! 7 Registering Artrage Online.! 8 Languages.! 8 Getting
Getting Started 1. Double click on the eye con. 2. Single click on File, then new, then OK. Click here. What is Photoshop? Photoshop is a program that lets you make pictures. You can put away your markers
Introduction to Layers By Anna Castano A layer is an image or text that is piled on top of another. There are many things you can do with layer and it is easy to understand how it works. Through the introduction
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Creating Photo Borders With Photoshop Brushes Written by Steve Patterson. In this Photoshop photo effects tutorial, we ll learn how to create interesting photo border effects using Photoshop s brushes.
ECDL / ICDL Image Editing This module sets out essential concepts and skills relating to the ability to understand the main concepts underlying digital images and to use an image editing application to
Settings THE PREVIEW PANE IMAGES & LAYERS PANE SETTINGS PANE UNDO/REDO AND RESET SETTINGS WINDOW The Preview Pane When you first load an image, PhotoDonut calculates the preview scale to fit your image
Adobe Photoshop CC 2018 By Martin Evening Welcome to the latest Adobe Photoshop CC bulletin update. This is provided free to ensure everyone can be kept up-to-date with the latest changes that have taken
An Introduction to Layers, Masks and Channels in Photoshop Roy Killen, GMAPS, EFIAP, GMPSA (c) 2017 Roy Killen Layers, Masks and Channels Page 1 Two approaches to image editing When images are edited in
Rendering a perspective drawing using Adobe Photoshop This hand-out will take you through the steps to render a perspective line drawing using Adobe Photoshop. The first important element in this process
UNDERSTANDING LAYER MASKS IN PHOTOSHOP In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we re going to look at one of the most essential features in all of Photoshop - layer masks. We ll cover exactly what layer masks
PHOTO 11: INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL IMAGING Instructor: Sue Leith Exam Review On your camera, what are the following and what are they used for? WB matches the color temperature of light ISO - The sensitivity
FALL 2014 - ELIZABETH LIN PHOTOSHOP & ILLUSTRATOR BOOTCAMP ILLUSTRATOR ALIGNMENT To access the alignment panel, go to Window -> Align. You should see a panel like the one below. This panel allows you to
12. Creating a Product Mockup in Perspective Lesson overview In this lesson, you ll learn how to do the following: Understand perspective drawing. Use grid presets. Adjust the perspective grid. Draw and
2015 Elements 13 A brief tutorial for basic photo file processing To begin, click on the Elements 13 icon, click on Photo Editor in the first box that appears. We will not be discussing the Organizer portion
PSPRO REVISTED Nov 5 2007 Page 1 of 7 Improve your photos and rescue old pictures This guide gives tips on how you can use Paint Shop5 and similar free graphic programmes to improve your photos. It doesn