Video: Hot cornersHot corners gives you instant access to the foremost used tools, undo, redo, erase all, and zoom all. Clicking on the clutch will reveal the four hot corners. Notice the red arrow at the bottom left hand corner. This is your undo button. Tapping on that while you sketch will undo your last action. Let's add a drop shadow to this cube. And clicking on this red arrow will undo the last stroke.
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iPad and SketchBook Pro make a great team for quick illustrations and drawing on the go. Victor Osaka introduces techniques that will make sketching with the iPad a natural, regular part of your artistic process. Also, learn how to choose a case and stylus that are best for drawing, access SketchBook's brushes and layers, and build compositions with layered color, shading, texture, and effects.
- Choosing a stylus
- Working with brushes and layers
- Shading and texturing
- Using hot corners and gestures
- Exporting your work
- Drawing ergonomics
Hot corners gives you instant access to the foremost used tools, undo, redo, erase all, and zoom all. Clicking on the clutch will reveal the four hot corners. Notice the red arrow at the bottom left hand corner. This is your undo button. Tapping on that while you sketch will undo your last action. Let's add a drop shadow to this cube. And clicking on this red arrow will undo the last stroke. Clicking on the green arrow on the bottom right hand side will redo your last stroke.
These two options are also located on the top menu bar here and here. Now, at the top left hand corner, just under the toolbar, is an icon that looks like a sheet of paper with an eraser on it. This is your erase all button. It will erase everything on the active layer but leave all other layers untouched. Tap on it, and it will remove the shadow that we just placed there. The last of the four hot buttons is the zoom to fit all button, and that's at the top right hand corner, also just under the toolbar. This is very handy if after you've zoomed in, you want to see everything.
Tapping on this will zoom all, and your image becomes full screen. Hot corners are active whether the menus are visible or not. So as you can see, hot corners can make your workflow much more efficient.
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