Learn how to make a vector shape from an input source.
- [Instructor] Adobe Capture began its life…as three separate apps.…There was Shape, Color, and Brush.…And of course, they've all been brought together…into one environment.…But when the ability that you're about to see…was first unveiled to the public, people went crazy for it.…Because the ability to take something…and turn it instantly into a vector was unbelievable.…Before that, what you had to do is maybe scan something,…bring it into Photoshop to clean it up…and then into Illustrator to trace it…or photographing something, working on it…in Photoshop, and then bringing it into Illustrator.…
Similar things, of course, different mechanisms.…But it took a lot of time.…And nine times out of 10, all you needed to do…was get a head start on a really old copy…of a logo that you'd been given by a customer…who only had one on paper, and you needed to redraw it.…This was a massive, massive bonus.…So let's see how we go about…creating a vector shape in Capture.…I'm in the Shapes module, and all I'm going to do…is tap the plus at the bottom of the screen,…
- Exploring the Adobe Capture CC interface
- Spot-healing in Adobe Photoshop Fix
- Creating soft-focus effects
- Painting in Adobe Photoshop Fix
- Importing a photo and making adjustments with Adobe Photoshop Mix
- Sending your projects to Adobe Photoshop CC
- Creating a new Adobe Comp project
- Managing products and documents in Adobe Comp CC
- Drawing with the basic tools in Adobe Illustrator Draw
- Exploring Adobe Photoshop Sketch
- Sharing your work on Behance
Skill Level Beginner
Accelerated Design with Comp CC and InDesignwith Tony Harmer1h 37m Intermediate
1. Adobe Capture
2. Adobe Photoshop Fix
3. Adobe Photoshop Mix
4. Adobe Comp CC
5. Illustrator Draw
6. Adobe Photoshop Sketch
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