颜色

The Color Wheels

At the center of the tool wheel is a circle representing the current color and opacity of your current tool.

Tap the circle to bring up your current color wheel. Concepts has three color wheels to choose from: Copic, HSL, and RGB. Each of these uses its own approach to color selection.

Regardless of which wheel you have open, the innermost ring of your wheel has some important tools for you to take note of:

Buttons for the Copic, HSL and RGB color wheels. Tap these to switch between them.

Eyedropper button. This will activate the Color Picker.

On to choosing colors.

Copic色轮

This wheel is a spectrum of colors hand-picked by Too Corporation to help artists and designers add consistency and beauty to their work while simplifying the matching process. These colors are mathematically sorted by pigment and saturation, and are represented on the wheel by a letter+number code. Visit here to learn more about Copic color theory. The values in Concepts are as similar as they can get to their real-life marker complements.

色轮是可转动的。手指在色轮上面上下滑动可转动色轮。

At the center (beyond the tool wheel), you’ll find an eyedropper activating the Color Picker.

Next you’ll see a tonal value spectrum, true black and white. Next is a ring of your cool, warm, neutral and tonal grays. Then the colors in their particular blending gradients, in all their glory.

点击某个颜色,将它应用到激活笔刷。

The HSL Color Wheel

This wheel consists of three sliders—Hue, Saturation, and Lightness.

The Hue Slider is the inner slider on the wheel, and it allows you to change the base shade of your color.

The Saturation Slider is the slider closest to the top of your screen, regardless of your tool wheel’s placement on your canvas. It appears as a slider with grey on one end and your pure hue on the other. This allows you to change how much pigment is in your color.

The Lightness Slider is the third slider, located underneath the Saturation Slider. This allows you to change how light or dark your color is, with the lightest being white and the darkest being black.

To adjust any of these sliders, slide the little circle markers back and forth.

The RGB Color Wheel

Like the HSL wheel, the RGB wheel consists of three sliders. However, rather than picking a hue and then controlling the saturation and lightness, this wheel allows you to combine different amounts of red, green and blue to create the hue you want. Red and green make yellow, blue and green make cyan, and red and blue make magenta. Set your sliders to 0 if you want pure black, or set them all to 255 if you want bright white.

颜色吸管

概念画板的吸管毫无疑问是一款传统的提色工具,但是它同时也具有一些向量应用程序的简洁属性。

我们可通过下述方法开启颜色吸管:

  1. Tap the color circle in the center of the tool wheel to bring up the color wheel and find the eyedropper.
  2. Tap+hold anywhere on the canvas to bring up the Selection menu. With another finger, you can tap the left button to toggle from Lasso to Item Picker to Color Picker. This is a great shortcut for selecting colors and brush properties without having to break your drawing flow.

在屏幕上拖动颜色吸管的时候,我们发现:

  1. 它的形状。圆圈形状就像靶子区域一样,中央的十字准心线可以精确的提取颜色。
  2. 圆圈下半截是最新选取过的颜色,不重新提取颜色的话,该颜色不会改变。
  3. The changeable color along the top half of the rim is the color your crosshairs are currently touching. This is the color your brush will take on if you let go of the color picker. The color picker searches among all layers of your drawing.

    Notice that in the bottom of your screen is a popup where you can toggle between ‘Alpha On’ and ‘Alpha Off’. With alpha on, the color picker will ignore the background and also detect the opacity of the color. With alpha off, you will always get a color with 100% opacity that includes the background color in the mix (like traditional pixel apps).

  4. While the ring analyzes the color and opacity of the stroke, the tag floating above the circle shows the vector details — its brush type and size etc. These are the characteristics of the brush you used when initially drawing the stroke. If you tap the tag instead of letting go of the ring, it will assign the exact brush you used to your tool slot.