Join Von Glitschka for an in-depth discussion in this video Highlight detailing, part of Adobe Draw for Illustration.
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- We're going to continue to detail this illustration…by moving into the highlight areas of the illustration.…Now, highlights aren't necessarily always…the lightest color in a composition.…For this illustration, we're going to actually revisit…a previous color, and use it to lighten up areas…of our illustration to create a better contrast…and form on this bird.…Now, when you use color in Adobe Draw,…you can create it so, we're on our brush tool right here,…once again, if you're in the palette,…you just select whatever tool, whether it's the pin tool,…whether it's the brush tool.…
Now, to control the aspects of that tool,…you just click it a second time,…and it brings you into those controls.…Once again, you can control the size…by tapping and holding and moving it like this,…you can control the opacity by tapping,…holding, and moving it like this,…so that's how that works.…Now with the color we've gone over…how you can pick color in different ways,…but one thing you can do without going into that menu,…to select color, is once you start painting…
Follow along for a tour of Adobe Draw's best features and get techniques for refining line work, coloring a sketch, drawing, and adding shadows and highlights. At the end of the course, Von shows how to create new brushes and textures with Adobe Capture and then shifts his illustrations to the desktop to capitalize on the full-fledged power of Illustrator and Photoshop CC.