Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Touch Slide, part of Drawing on the iPad with Adobe Illustrator Line.
- As I'm pretty sure you're aware,…especially if you're watching this title sequentially,…Adobe introduced Slide, a hardware, digital ruler…designed with the mobile sketching and drawing apps in mind,…especially Line.…There is also a software version of Slide…built into all of the drawing apps.…It's called Touch Slide and it has a few extra properties…in line not shared with the other applications.…So to engage that we simply tap on the double concentric…circle icon at the top right of the screen, like so.…
And then we can move it around using these touch points.…And you can see that I can bring them closer together…and further apart to exert finer or faster…control over the ruler, basically like a lever;…The further apart they are, the easier it is to steer…them around in fine increments,…whereas that's a little bit more tricky.…So, you will also see that as I move this around that it…snaps to edges parallel to the edge of the drawing surface,…aka the device itself.…
This is just 90 degree snapping…and it's a default behavior of the tools.…
- Choosing a stylus
- Adding, deleting, and organizing drawings
- Navigating around Line
- Using the pencils, fine liners, and markers
- Working with shapes
- Drawing with color
- Sharing your drawings
Skill Level Beginner
Sketching an F1 Wheel with SketchBook Prowith Veejay Gahir26m 57s Appropriate for all
Learning Adobe's Line and Sketch Appswith Justin Seeley1h 16m Appropriate for all
1. Additional Hardware
2. Getting Started
3. Drawing and Drawing Tools
5. Line and Other Applications
6. Wrapping Up
Bye for now!33s
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