36 Now your underline should be blue and reasonably thick under the title 37

36 now your underline should be blue and reasonably

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36. Now your underline should be blue and reasonably thick under the title. 37. Hit File > Save.
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25 Activity 5 Colour formats Virtually any work you ever do in photo editing will be done in RGB/8 mode because this represents true colour and it represents the mode you must use to display an image in colour ON AN ELECTRONIC DEVICE (e.g. in a website or as a screen background on a phone or a computer) However, it's good to know that other colour formats are available should you ever need to work with a different palette size. In this activity, you will get a glimpse at some other colour formats. 1. In Affinity, hit File > New to bring up the New Document window. 2. Keep the Color Format as "RGB/8" in this window and push OK. 3. In the lower right corner, you will likely see the Navigator panel. Click on the Channels tab to toggle to that panel. There are 4 channels listed: Composite Red, Composite Green, Composite Blue, and Composite Alpha (alpha means opacity). 4. Take another look at the Color panel in the upper left corner. 5. In the Colors panel, click on the dropdown menu which probably says RGB by default and change it to RGB Hex. Observe the colour codes in each format as you drag a slider back and forth. 6. Hit File > New to bring up the New Document window. 7. Change the Color Format to "Gray/8" in this window and push OK.
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26 8. Look at the Channels panel now to see how it changed from the RGB mode. 9. Look at the Color panel to see the palette available in this colour mode. 10. Hit File > New to bring up the New Document window. 11. Change the Color Format to "CMYK/8" in this window and push OK. This would be the mode you would use if you were going to create something that would be printed, for example business cards. 12. Look at the Channels panel now to see how it changed from the RGB mode. 13. Look at the Color panel to see the palette available in this colour mode. Notice that the "R", "G", and "B" sliders there now contain cyan, magenta, and yellow. 14. Now close all the tabs you just created without saving any of the files and close your golfing image.
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27 Activity 6 Practice For this last activity, you must try to re-create a provided graphical image using the tools you just learned in this lab. There won't be instructions given but just a finished product that you are expected to replicate as closely as you can. Specifications: 700 px by 500 px; 72 DPI; RGB/8 The colour of the word RICE in RGB is (199, 67, 65) To make the triangle shape, use the Shapes Tool in the Tools Palette and select the Triangle Tool and make a right angle triangle by, below the Options Bar, set the Top point: to 0% The colour of the orange triangle in RGB is: (259, 151, 92) Select a Font Type that you like (the image uses Berlin Sans FB Demi) Estimate font sizes and border thicknesses and gradient colours. Change the text: Your First Name ’s to YOUR actual first name Use the sushi picture we gave you but use the eraser tool to remove the area above the sushi (make it transparent) and rotate the image slightly (your erasing doesn’t have to be perfect , just roughly is fine!) Image to replicate: When you are finished, call the TA over to review your work from the entire lab. Remember to remove your memory stick from the lab computer!
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