- Open your Photo Composite in Photoshop
- Select all of your layers and duplicate them
- Merge the Duplicated layers and label as 'Working'
- Duplicate the image by dragging its layer to the new layer icon at the bottom of the layers palette next to the trashcan. Label this layer “Original”
- Create a new layer on top of the “working” layer and label it "Drawing"
- Make a New Group and Label as 'Photo Composite' - drag photo composite layers into group
- Set the color palette to the default (black) Foreground and (white) Background by pressing the letter D.
- Select the Brush Tool in the Tool Box by pressing the letter B. (you may want to select the 'PAINTING' workspace)
- Set the brush tip to “Hard Round” with a 2-5 pixel width. This will allow you to draw fine lines with the tablet pen when not pressing down hard, and create wide lines when you press a little harder.
- Begin to draw outlines of shapes in your image. Vary the line weight by varying the pressure you use with the pen.
- Use new layers for different areas or different objects of the painting. Label each layer as you go to help keep then straight.
Due: Friday, October 3rd
Complete your SELF EVALUATION
Words to use when talking/writing about art
Turn in to S: (Student Common) > McKay H16 > Digital Art> Period >
01 Humanimal > Lastname_Firstname_Landscape.psd
Finished your line drawing? Try to add shading and/or color to your drawing.....