Ellipse Tool1:58 with Ashley Burke
Represent you social media icons using the ellipse tool.
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Next, we need to add our social media icons 0:00 which are gonna to be located in our footer at the bottom. 0:04 For our social media icons, we will have them be circles. 0:07 So I'm gonna go here, turn rectangle tool, and choose an ellipse. 0:12 And if I just started drawing, it'd be all kinds of sizes. 0:17 If you would like to constrain to a perfect circle, 0:21 hold down Shift And 0:26 drag out and that's how you do it. 0:30 I want these to be lighter because they're gonna be in our photo, 0:36 we won't be able to really see what's going on so. 0:39 Let's try that. 0:41 And I want the size to be smaller, let's see how big this is. 0:45 It says 82, lets do 60 by 60. 0:52 And I'm gonna zoom in here. 0:58 Command plus. 1:02 I'll use the Space Bar to drag it around. 1:04 That puts me where I need to be. 1:08 Okay. So, I'm gonna draw three of these. 1:11 And Option+Shift drag out. 1:17 And now I'm gonna use these distribute tools again. 1:19 So let me go up to a line. 1:25 I'm gonna make sure its my selection. 1:27 Oh good, it's already chosen at this time. 1:29 And we want to this one horizontal distribute center. 1:32 Vertical too, I guess, horizontal. 1:38 And you'll notice I also lined up my circles to my guidelines on the outside. 1:40 So I know that they are centered perfectly. 1:49 Awesome. 1:53 Good job. Next we will do our layout for 1:54 the desktop. 1:58
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