Learn how to create color vector shapes in Adobe Capture.
- [Tony] Hi, and welcome to Design Tools Weekly … with me, Tony Harmer. … You may have used Adobe's Capture, … a nice mobile app that allows you … to make assets such as brushes … and patterns, and vector shapes. … And that's where we are this week. … I'm actually already inside of Capture … with an image of a strawberry, … and it might look familiar to you. … In fact, one of the big things … about Capture was the ability … to create neat vector shapes using the app. … Well in December 2019, the ability was added to Capture … to create color vectors. … Now here I am on the iPad. … So the interface, if you've used it on the phone, … is similar but not exactly the same, … things are kind of rotated around 90 degrees. … But with the image that I've already got here, … what I'm going to do is just come up … to the icon on the top left of the screen, okay? … And you'll see now I have two choices, … this binary black and white icon at the top … or beneath that, this color palette like so. …
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