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<ul><li><p>8/6/2019 Assignment 2 Grafix Tools</p><p> 1/7</p><p>ASSIGNMENT</p><p>ON</p><p>GRAPHIC TOOLS</p><p>Assignment 2</p><p>SUBMITTED BY- SUBMITTED TO MR. HARBINDER SINGH</p><p>NAME PRASHANT PRIYADARSHI</p><p>CLASS- BBA (HONS) MBA</p><p>ROLL NO- A20</p><p>SUB- GRAPHIC TOOLS</p></li><li><p>8/6/2019 Assignment 2 Grafix Tools</p><p> 2/7</p><p>PART A</p><p>1. How can you set current foreground and background color using following tools:</p><p>y Color Picker Palettey Eye Dropper Tooly Swatches Palette</p><p>Also explain how can you change the size of an image without affecting its dimensions.Appropriate example is must.</p><p>Ans.</p><p>y Color Picker PaletteThere following steps, are To display Adobes Color Picker, click on either the foreground orbackground color in the toolbox. The Color Picker dialog allows you to select a very specific shade,</p><p>either by visually choosing it or by defining the color numerically. .</p><p>y Eye Dropper ToolIf you are retouching a certain area with the Paint Brush Tool, you can use Photoshop's 'EyedropperTool' (I) to sample a color from the surrounding area. If you are retouching a large gradated area you</p><p>will want to set your brush value to a lower opacity and resample in the lighter and darker areas of thetonal gradation.</p></li><li><p>8/6/2019 Assignment 2 Grafix Tools</p><p> 3/7</p><p>y Swatches Palette</p><p>1. Choose the "Window" menu and click on "Swatches" to open the swatches palette on yourdesktop. The swatches palette consists of squares of colors that can be used in your document.</p><p>2. Click a color swatch in the color swatch palette to set that color as your foreground. Hold downthe CTRL key as you click the color swatch to set it as your background color.</p><p>2. Why is it necessary to convert image of a particular color mode into CMYK mode. Can any imagebe defined in two colors, if yes, How?</p><p>Ans.</p><p>Use the CMYK mode when preparing an image to be printed using process colors. Converting an RGB</p><p>image into CMYK creates a color separation with its wide range of colors.</p></li><li><p>8/6/2019 Assignment 2 Grafix Tools</p><p> 4/7</p><p>Although CMYK is a standard color model, the exact range of colors represented can vary, dependingon the press and printing conditions.</p><p>Yes, any image be defined in two colors</p><p>Firstly convert into gray scale mode and the to RGB</p><p>3. How can free hand selections be made in an image? How can adjacent areas of same color can beselected in an image? Discuss with example.</p><p>Ans.</p><p>The tools used for free hand selection are:-</p><p>Magic Wand</p><p>Select the magic wand tool in the Toolbox by clicking the icon .</p><p>Bring the cursor to the pixel of the image that must be included into the selection and left-click</p><p>it.</p><p>Lasso</p><p>This tool is used to create freehand selections.</p><p>To make a freehand selection you should:</p><p>Step 1. Select the Lasso tool from the Toolbox by left-clicking on the icon , or (if</p><p>Lasso was not the last tool applied) select it from the floating window.</p><p>Step 2. Bring the mouse cursor to the object that must be selected and outline it keeping</p><p>the left button pressed.</p><p>In magic wand tool is used to select the adjacent areas using the same colors, select Contiguous.</p></li><li><p>8/6/2019 Assignment 2 Grafix Tools</p><p> 5/7</p><p>PART B</p><p>4. Tolerance Settings are important for making Selections in an image. Justify How?</p><p>Ans.</p><p>Sometimes an image may contain a few shades of a similar color. The Tolerance setting determines the</p><p>range of color that the Magic Wand tool selects.</p><p>To use the Magic Wand tool and adjust Tolerance settings, follow these steps:</p><p>1. Select the Magic Wand tool from the Toolbox.You can also use the keyboard shortcut; press the W key.</p><p>2. Click the portion of the image that you want to select; use the default Tolerance setting of 32.</p><p>3. Enter a new Tolerance setting in the Options bar.If the Magic Wand tool selected more than you wanted it to, lower the Tolerance setting.</p><p>4. Click again on the portion of the image that you want to select.Changing the tolerance doesnt adjust your current selection.</p><p>5. Can patterns be used in editing a selection? How can you create apattern to do so?</p><p>Ans.</p><p>The patterns can be used in editing a selection. Photoshop providesus with patterns which are usually used to tile a portion of our image which we are editing.</p><p>Creating a pattern:-</p><p>1. Select a portion of the image.2. Click the Edit menu and Left click on the Define Pattern command.3. Enter a name and then Left click the OK button to continue.4. Now the Pattern is in the list.</p><p>6. Name the various painting tools available in Photoshop. Explain any 2 such tools in detail</p></li><li><p>8/6/2019 Assignment 2 Grafix Tools</p><p> 6/7</p><p>Ans</p><p>In Photoshop, the painting tools are used to paint strokes, and fill areas with color or with colors that blend</p><p>together. Knowing how to use the paint tools is a must for any artist who wishes to use Photoshop.</p><p>The Brush Tool</p><p>In order to use the brush tool to its full extent, its important to understand whatexactly a brush is in</p><p>Adobe Photoshop. A brush uses brush presets that are predefined (or user defined). A brush preset is</p><p>any brush tip with defined characteristics (such as size and shape).</p><p>Think of brushes in Photoshop as a large collection of different</p><p>paintbrushes, each with a different shaped tip. Imagine when you press the tip of one of these</p><p>paintbrushes against a canvas; the shape of the tip is imprinted immediately. Its a rough explanation, but it</p><p>gets the basic idea across.</p><p>Brushes in Photoshop have plenty of other characteristics which make them entirely unlike a real world</p><p>paint brush. By manipulating these attributes, we can create entirely new brushes that act in unique ways.</p><p>You could create a brush that changes in shape and size as you are painting, a brush that scatters itself in</p><p>random directions, and even a brush that becomes more and less transparent while creating strokes. The</p><p>possibilities are literally endless.</p></li><li><p>8/6/2019 Assignment 2 Grafix Tools</p><p> 7/7</p><p>Eraser Tool</p><p>Were not going to go into too much detail with the eraser tool, simply because you should already have a</p><p>pretty good understanding of how it works. How so?</p><p>Well, like many other tools in Photoshop, the Eraser Tool uses brushes which effect the size, shape, and</p><p>hardness of the tool. Essentially, the eraser tool is controlled in the exact same way as the brush tool, only</p><p>it erases rather than paints.</p><p>Gradient Tool</p><p>The Gradient Tool is very similar to the paint bucket tool, in that it fills entire areas or selections with</p><p>colors. However, rather than filling an area with a solid color, the Gradient Tool creates a series of colors</p><p>than blend into one another.</p><p>When the gradient tool is selected, a preset gradient can be selected from the gradient picker in the</p><p>options bar. A gradient can then be created in the active image area by clicking and holding the mouse</p><p>button, and dragging in the direction youd like the gradient to go. Release where youd like the gradientto stop.</p></li></ul>