In this video, explore the remaining settings in the New File dialog.
- [Teacher] There are some more settings … that we can adjust in the New File dialogue. … Normally, you can simply go with the default settings … but it can't hurt to, at least … take a brief look at the settings … and learn what they mean. … Here below the resolution value … we can choose a color mode. … It's normally preset to RGB color. … On a computer screen … the three colors red, green, and blue … or RGB … are used to mix all other colors … and if you work in RGB color … it basically means that all colors … that we use in our artwork … are defined by a mixture of these three colors. … A reasonable alternative to RGB color … is the CMYK mode. … In printing the transparent colors cyan, magenta, and yellow … I used to mix any other printable color. … So, that's the three letters CMY … and then there is black added … to deepen the very dark colors … so, that's where the K comes from … it means black, or key … because black is referred to … as the key color in printing. … It's important to point out that …
- Setting up a digital canvas
- Using palettes
- Selecting color using the Eyedropper
- Fine-tuning pressure of tablet pens
- Adding a Quick Mask
- Trying different Blending modes
- Using the Smudge, Blur, and Sharpen tools
- Using the Mixer brush
- Dodging and burning
- Selective saturation using the Sponge tool
- Using the Clone Stamp tool
- Transforming selections
- Color adjustments
- Changing layer opacity
- Adding shadows and highlights
- Painting a foreground, midground, and background
Skill Level Beginner
1. Setting the Digital Canvas
2. Control of the Digital Screen
3. Tools for Choosing Color
4. Settings for the Brush Tool
5. Additional Tools for Applying Color
6. Supporting Tools
7. Manipulating Color
8. Organizing the Digital Canvas
9. Digital Drawing
10. Colored, Digital Drawing
11. Digital Painting
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