Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Using a background image, part of Drawing on the iPad with Adobe Illustrator Line.
- You might want to place a background image…into your Line drawing,…whether it's used as a piece of reference imagery…to draw from,…or maybe to set off a particular drawing that you've made.…To add or to replace a drawing is pretty easy.…You go down to the bottom left hand corner,…and there's a small icon there.…If I tap on that now,…because this actually already has a background image,…it's this gradient here, which incidentally,…I made in Photoshop Touch,…just one of the ways you can integrate…these applications together,…so I just made a gradient background in Photoshop Touch,…and then brought that into this particular drawing.…
You can change the opacity using this slider.…Now, if there's no image here,…you get to browse straight away, but as there is one here,…I'll choose replace, like so, and this is the icon…you would get in the first instance.…You can see you have several places to choose from:…Market and also, your files on Creative Cloud,…your camera, so you can take a picture at that point,…and your camera roll.…
- 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 Gahir27m 1s Appropriate for all
Creating with 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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