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How to Use the Vector Brushes in Adobe Animate CC

The Vector Brush tool refines parts of your animation

gotta know

  • To select a preset, vector brush (scratched brush), navigate to: Propertiesand choose Brush Library (a cup of brush).
  • To animate shapes, add a keyframe where the animation will end, then right-click between the two keyframes and Create a shape break.
  • Following, sub-selection Select the tool and click on the shape in the end frame. Select a point or path and move it to create a change in shape.

This article explains how to use vector brushes in Adobe Animate CC. Vector brushes add a whole new dimension to your graphic and motion design workflow.

How to Select a Brush Preset in Adobe Animate CC

Let’s take the example of using the pencil tool to create a small pile of grass in the foreground. Obviously, a series of lines is not a natural representation of grass.

To give the lawn a slightly more natural look, select the lines and Brush Library In the Properties panel, it looks like a cup of coffee with brushes sticking out of it.

From there choose art > Ink > calligraphy2 and a double click on the brush is applied to the selection. If you click on one of the stocks, you will notice that it is a vector object. This means that you can modify each object to achieve the look you want.

How to use the new Animate CC Vector Brush tool

The really neat thing about the new Brush tool (the striped brush in the Tools panel) is that it paints vectors. In this case, you can draw a shape as a new clump of grass, and the outline consists of a series of vector dots.

The shapes are drawn using the Brush tool and a new width appears in the drop-down list.

How to Use the Artistic Brush Options Panel in Animate CC

Open the Artistic Brush Options panel to see the current brush. the number is located between the two red guides. The first two options are self-explanatory. Choose one and the style will adjust along the vector or stretch along the outline of the vector.

Third option-Tension between guides– where you change the appearance of the brush. If you place the cursor on a grid, the separator becomes a cursor. If you drag the guide over the preview, you can see it change shape across its width. If you pay attention to the numbers under the selection, they will change as you drag a grid. When you’re done, click Add To apply your changes

The Artistic Brush Options panel appears.

How to Apply Creative Cloud Shared Library Brushes in Animate CC

When you select an object in Animate and open your Creative Cloud Library, Illustrator/Vector brushes are only available in Animate CC light up. If you roll over one of the “Faded” brushes, you will be notified that the brush cannot be used.

The Brush area of ​​the Creative Cloud Library panel appears.

How to animate a shape created by the Animate CC Vector Brush

Enabling the brushed object is actually quite simple. Just understand that there are two types of gestures in Animate CC: Objects and shapes. In this example, the grass will flutter in the wind. All we really need to do to achieve this is change the shape of the object.

The first step in this process is to add a keyframe where the animation will end – in this case, frame 30. Right-click the frame and select to create the keyframe. Add a keyframe From the context menu.

The next step is to right-click between the two keyframes and select Create Shape Tween from the drop-down menu. The aperture will turn green.

Switch to the Subselection tool and click on the shape at frame 30. Select a point or path and drag it to a new location to create a change in shape. Press Return/Enter to preview the animation.

The Shape Tween layer appears.


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How to Use the Vector Brushes in Adobe Animate CC

The Vector Brush tool fine-tunes parts of your animation

What to Know
To choose a preset, select the Vector Brush (the brush with the line), go to Properties, and select Brush Library (the cup of paintbrushes).
To animate shapes, add a keyframe where the animation is to end, then right-click between the two keyframes and select Create Shape Tween.
Then, switch to the Subselection tool and click the shape in the end frame. Select a point or a path and move it to create a shape change.

This article explains how to use Vector Brushes in Adobe Animate CC. Vector Brushes add a whole new dimension to your graphic and motion design workflow.

How to Select a Brush Preset in Adobe Animate CC

Consider the example of using the pencil tool to create a small clump of grass in the foreground. Obviously, a series of lines just isn’t a natural representation of grass.

To add a bit of a more natural look to the grass, select the lines and click the Brush Library button—it looks like a coffee cup with paintbrushes sticking out of it—in the Properties Panel.

From there, select Artistic > Ink > Calligraphy2 and, by double-clicking the brush, it applies to the selection. If you click on one of the stokes you will notice it is a vector object. This means you can edit each object to get just the look you wish to obtain.

How to Use the New Animate CC Vector Paint Brush Tool

The really neat aspect of the new Paint Brush tool—the brush with the line in the Tools panel—is that it paints vectors. You can draw a shape, in this case, a new clump of grass, and the stroke is composed of a series of vector points.

How to Use the Art Brush Options Panel in Animate CC

Open the Art Brush Options panel to see the current brush—the shape is contained between two red guides. The first two options are self-explanatory. Select either one and the style will scale along the vector or stretch along the length of the vector stroke.

The third option–Stretch between guides–is where you change the brush’s look. If you place the cursor over a guide it changes to a splitter cursor. If you drag the guide along the preview you can see it change shape along its width. If you pay attention to the numbers under the selection, they will change as you drag a guide. When you finish, click Add to apply your changes.

How to Apply Creative Cloud Shared Library Brushes in Animate CC

When you select an object in Animate CC and open your Creative Cloud library, only the Illustrator/Vector brushes that can be used in Animate CC are lit up. If you roll over one of the “dimmed” brushes, you will be informed the brush can’t be used.

How to Animate a Shape Created by an Animate CC Vector Brush

Putting the brushed object in motion is actually quite simple. You just have to understand there are two types of motion in Animate CC: Objects and Shapes. In this example, the grass will wave in the wind. To accomplish this all we really need to do is to change the shape of the object.

The first step in this process is to add a keyframe where the animation is to end—in this case frame 30. To create the keyframe, right-click the frame and select Insert Keyframe from the Context menu.

The next step is to right-click between the two keyframes and select Create Shape Tween from the pop-down menu. The span will turn green.

Switch to the Subselection tool and click the shape in Frame 30. Select a point or a path and move it to a new location to create a shape change. To preview the animation, press the Return/Enter key.

#Vector #Brushes #Adobe #Animate

How to Use the Vector Brushes in Adobe Animate CC

The Vector Brush tool fine-tunes parts of your animation

What to Know
To choose a preset, select the Vector Brush (the brush with the line), go to Properties, and select Brush Library (the cup of paintbrushes).
To animate shapes, add a keyframe where the animation is to end, then right-click between the two keyframes and select Create Shape Tween.
Then, switch to the Subselection tool and click the shape in the end frame. Select a point or a path and move it to create a shape change.

This article explains how to use Vector Brushes in Adobe Animate CC. Vector Brushes add a whole new dimension to your graphic and motion design workflow.

How to Select a Brush Preset in Adobe Animate CC

Consider the example of using the pencil tool to create a small clump of grass in the foreground. Obviously, a series of lines just isn’t a natural representation of grass.

To add a bit of a more natural look to the grass, select the lines and click the Brush Library button—it looks like a coffee cup with paintbrushes sticking out of it—in the Properties Panel.

From there, select Artistic > Ink > Calligraphy2 and, by double-clicking the brush, it applies to the selection. If you click on one of the stokes you will notice it is a vector object. This means you can edit each object to get just the look you wish to obtain.

How to Use the New Animate CC Vector Paint Brush Tool

The really neat aspect of the new Paint Brush tool—the brush with the line in the Tools panel—is that it paints vectors. You can draw a shape, in this case, a new clump of grass, and the stroke is composed of a series of vector points.

How to Use the Art Brush Options Panel in Animate CC

Open the Art Brush Options panel to see the current brush—the shape is contained between two red guides. The first two options are self-explanatory. Select either one and the style will scale along the vector or stretch along the length of the vector stroke.

The third option–Stretch between guides–is where you change the brush’s look. If you place the cursor over a guide it changes to a splitter cursor. If you drag the guide along the preview you can see it change shape along its width. If you pay attention to the numbers under the selection, they will change as you drag a guide. When you finish, click Add to apply your changes.

How to Apply Creative Cloud Shared Library Brushes in Animate CC

When you select an object in Animate CC and open your Creative Cloud library, only the Illustrator/Vector brushes that can be used in Animate CC are lit up. If you roll over one of the “dimmed” brushes, you will be informed the brush can’t be used.

How to Animate a Shape Created by an Animate CC Vector Brush

Putting the brushed object in motion is actually quite simple. You just have to understand there are two types of motion in Animate CC: Objects and Shapes. In this example, the grass will wave in the wind. To accomplish this all we really need to do is to change the shape of the object.

The first step in this process is to add a keyframe where the animation is to end—in this case frame 30. To create the keyframe, right-click the frame and select Insert Keyframe from the Context menu.

The next step is to right-click between the two keyframes and select Create Shape Tween from the pop-down menu. The span will turn green.

Switch to the Subselection tool and click the shape in Frame 30. Select a point or a path and move it to a new location to create a shape change. To preview the animation, press the Return/Enter key.

#Vector #Brushes #Adobe #Animate


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