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CG Exam

study notes for the cg exam

Photoshop: What are the four windows that should be open while you are working? layers, navigator, history, colors.
Photoshop: How do you save information? file--> save as--> click folder to be saved in--> click "save".
Photoshop: Explain how to create a layer. go to "layers" window and click the "new layer" button.
Photoshop: Explain how to remove a layer. drag the layer you want to delete to the trash can icon on the 'layers" window.
Photoshop: Explain why layers are useful. you can edit certain parts of the picture while leaving other parts alone.
Photoshop: What are brush presets for? to make new brushes and change the ones you have.
Photoshop: How do you create a brush? create a 1x1 document in photoshop, create a new layer, delete background layer, use a selection tool to create a brush area, fill area using either the bucket tool or the gradient tool, go under edit--> define brush preset--> name the brush
Created by: Shayna