Exercise: Tablet Practice
Mar 13, 2017 by
a file upload
jpg and jpeg
POST EACH PART OF THE EXERCISE TO THIS ASSIGNMENT (there are two parts, but the first part will have multiple images).
EXERCISE, part 1:
Make a new document 8 1/2 x 11, 300ppi, with a white background. Create a new layer.
Window > Workspace > Painting (adjust panel sizes so you can see image clearly in Navigation window)
Using only black, draw simple lines and shapes, and write your name. Submit as many jpg files as you want, to show your experimentation with the following:
Explore the top row brush options:
Size and hardness
Opacity vs. flow
Brush option buttons (pressure/opacity, airbrush, pressure/size)
Explore Brush and Brush Presets palette on right.
Brush tip shapes, different types
Bristles, length, thickness, etc.
Click on brush option buttons (top row) while brush palette is open and see what gets checked and unchecked.
Shape dynamics: jitter
Transfer: opacity and flow
Try out all the
Painting Shortcuts! You will be using them frequently for future exercises and projects.
EXERCISE, part 2
Navigating using SHORTCUTS:
Hide the interface with the TAB key.
Zoom into your canvas with Ctrl+ + so only top left of your image is visible.
Pan your visible canvas while holding the SPACBAR to move to the bottom right of the image.
Zoom out to show your entire canvas with Cmd+ 0 (Ctrl+ 0).
You've already rated students with this rubric. Any major changes could affect their assessment results.
In order to create video or audio recordings your computer needs to be
webcam-enabled. If you don't have a webcam on your computer, you can still
record audio-only messages by first installing the Google Video Chat