Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating vector shapes with Capture CC, part of Adobe Mobile Apps First Look.
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- Previously, one of my favorite Adobe mobile apps…was something called Adobe Shape CC,…but it's since been renamed and put into Adobe Capture CC.…So, let's take a look at the Adobe Capture application…and how it is able to allow us to take artwork…that we create, whether it be something we capture…with our camera, something we draw by hand,…whatever the case may be,…and convert that into a vector shape.…So, here we are inside of the My Library,…and currently, I'm on the Brushes tab…inside of Adobe Capture CC.…Go ahead and tap on Shapes.…When I go over to Shapes, it's going to tell me…there's no shape in this library.…
Well, of course not. I haven't created one yet.…Let's go down to the bottom here…and tap on the green icon.…Once I tap on that, it's again going to assume…that I want to use my camera for this,…and it's going to give you this really wild-looking…display on screen.…What I'm going to do is tap in the top right corner,…and that should launch this dialog box,…which allows me to go into my Camera Roll…
- Capture CC, for creating color themes and brushes
- Photoshop Mix, for image editing and compositing
- Photoshop Fix, for retouching
- Photoshop Sketch, for hand-drawn projects
- Illustrator Draw, for vector drawing
- Comp CC, for creating layouts on the go
Find out how these new tools can unlock your creativity—wherever it takes you.