You can import images and selections into Concepts in many ways, from both the Gallery and directly onto the canvas.
You can have one or many images on the canvas at a time, and as with all elements in Concepts, each image can be selected, moved across the canvas or between layers, adjusted for opacity, size or rotation, drawn on, masked or duplicated.
Importing selections allows you to draw elements in one drawing, copy them to the clipboard, and paste them into another drawing for quicker work.
You can only import native .concepts files into Concepts at this time. This includes .concepts files from Windows (note that iOS uses .CPT files, you can't import from iOS yet).
Tap the Plus (+) button in the top left corner, or tap+hold the Plus (+) button in the bottom right corner, and find Import.
From the canvas, the Import menu is accessed through the Import button up in the status bar. Tap the image icon to display your import options.
Import - Import allows you to import a JPG or PNG onto the canvas (you can’t import a Concepts file in an open drawing). When you import the image, they will appear Selected. This allows you to move the image about, resize it etc. When you have it where you want it, tap to set it to the screen.
Images are assigned a layer when imported. If your layers are set to “Automatic”, the app will create an “Image” layer just for the image at the bottom of the stack. If your layers are set to “Manual”, the image will import to your active layer.
When you have strokes or an image Selected, the Selection menu shows a paperclip icon. Tap this icon to copy your Selected items onto your device’s clipboard. A note will appear saying “Copied to Clipboard.”
You can access your selection from another drawing via the Import menu on the canvas, or in the Gallery.
For importing PDFs, please see PDF.