Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Capturing the highlights, part of Creating a Poster with Adobe Mobile Apps.
- In the previous movie, we captured…the bulk shape of our tiger.…In this movie, we're going to capture…almost exactly the opposite from here.…So I'm going to tap + at the bottom of the screen…and then I'm going to go up to the top right…of the screen and tap the photo icon there…and I'm going to choose my Camera Roll.…Because the image that was used to make the shape last time…is automatically being saved to my Camera Roll.…So if I tap that, you can see that I can go to All Photos…just here, and choose my tiger.…
There it is, and this time I'm going to swap…the behavior over because at the moment,…it's almost like it's assuming everything…is drawn on paper, and it makes sense…that it would do that, but I'm going to swap it out…by using the button just above the big green one.…So if I tap that, you can see now I can just…kind of pull this right the way up, not too far…because what I want to avoid if it's at all possible,…all of the pieces connecting is that it makes it…more difficult for me to remove them.…And to tap on the screen here and get an idea of what it is…
- Drawing and defining the basics shapes in Capture CC
- Developing a color palette with Capture CC
- Creating brushes to paint with Capture CC
- Laying out the poster in Comp CC
- Fine-tuning the poster in Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 02/05/2016. What changed?
A: We added two new movies, "Drawing gestures" and "Grids and guides," to address interface changes to Comp CC.