Set anchor points in the pasteboard Photoshop CC


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Setting anchor points in the pasteboard

In this movie, we'll finish tracing this guy's head and shoulders by creating a series of anchor points out here inside the paste board, which is entirely acceptable. Your path can be much larger than the physical confines of the canvas. And along the way, I'll show you how to sever off unwanted control handles, as well as how to add control handles to corner points. So, as you can see here, I'm in the middle of drawing this path outline, and I've got the rubber band feature turned on. I'm going to go ahead and turn that feature off for now you can keep it on if you like.

By clicking on the gear icon and turning off the rubber band checkbox. And now I'll press Ctrl+0 or Cmd+0 on the Mac in order to zoom out from the image. And take a look at this little thumbnail of the path outline here inside the paz panel. You can see it's a little sliver of a path, filled with white. And what's happening, is were I to go ahead and convert this partial path outline to a vector mask...

Setting anchor points in the pasteboard
Video duration: 6m 8s 12h 39m Advanced Updated Sep 19, 2014

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Setting anchor points in the pasteboard provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CC 2013 One-on-One: Advanced

Subjects:
Design Photography
Software:
Photoshop Camera Raw
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