Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting to a desktop app, part of Creating a Poster with Adobe Mobile Apps.
- So, continuing on from where we were last…I'm going to just do some final little pieces in here.…So, for example, I'm going to tap on that text…because I want to send that backwards…just a little bit more just so it's sort of…behind the tiger ear, there.…And actually, if I now deselect that…and select the black text that needs to come back…just a little bit as well.…That's fine. All fine and dandy.…Now I'm just going to add a few more little pieces in here.…So, if I go to my Shapes and go to my Poster Project…I can click this bamboo, just here, that's kind of nice.…
And what I'm going to do is pick on that,…bring it over here and twist it around a bit.…That'll make a nice, interesting shape.…I can pinch to zoom out, like so.…So I'm going to bring that down into the corner…just a shade there, and bring that up.…And then, of course, as you've seen before…I can choose my colors here and apply those…and change the Opacity of this.…So I can do still more and I get this into other apps.…And then, maybe, hit the ellipsis just there…
- 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.