Selection and the Rectangle Tool
This is the Rectangular Selection Tool.
Use this tool to select a rectangular area
To add to a selection, hold Shift Key before dragging.
To make the selection exactly square, start dragging, and then
Eliptical Selection and Subtracting Areas
Hold down on the Selection Tool on the Toolbar, and choose the Ellipse.
To move the selection, just click inside it and drag.
Holding Alt while selecting subtracts that area from the selection. I've done that with the Ellipse Selection Tool.
Reproduce the selection below. Show the teacher when you have finished.
This part of the Toolbox is where you select your colours
The top square is the foreground colour. If you use a brush or paint bucket, it will apply this colour.
The bottom square is the background colour.
Click on either square to change its colour.
The Paint Bucket and Gradient tools
Select a retangular area
On a new layer, just click the Paint Bucket tool inside the area of your selection to fill it with the colour you've selected.
Select another area
Click and drag from one area to another to fill the area. The point where you started to click will be the colour of your foreground colour, and the point where you took your finger off the mouse button will be the colour of your background colour. The area in between will gradually change from one colour to the other.
In this case, I went from corner to corner, with the default white and black selected.
With what you've learned so far, you should be able to recreate this:
Selection, Duplication and Transformation
Using the Lasso Tools we can select objects and then use Edit > Transform to modify them.
Copy the Image Below and Modify it. Make sure each new element is on it's own layer
Try some additional modifications .........
Duplicate some of the
candies (not the entire group of 4)
Be creative and make the image unique and interesting.
Show me the final images.