TABLE OF CONTENTS
Images in Graphic Maker
In the Images section of the Graphic Maker Tool, you have the ability to access your previously uploaded files and past projects.
To add an image to your current design project, you can use the My Files button to access the files you have already uploaded to the Renderforest cloud. Additionally, you can use the upload button to add new images to your project.
If you need a stock image to add to your design, you can search for one in our stock image library. These images can be used as backgrounds, wallpapers, or to help convey a certain message. You can add an image from the left bar or replace an existing image by clicking on the image layer in the project and selecting a new one from the left bar. This will save time and effort compared to manually resizing images
To crop the image, click on it and choose the Crop button from the toolbar above the editor.
You can also double-click on the image to bring up the crop handles. Drag the corners of the crop overlay to resize the image. Click and drag on the center of the crop overlay to move the image around and adjust the part you want to be visible. Once you're happy with the crop, click Apply to save the changes.
The "Edit" button offers advanced image editing options, allowing you to adjust brightness, saturation, contrast, blend mode, and apply filters. If you're unsatisfied with the outcome, you can easily revert to the original settings using the reset button. This allows you to experiment with different adjustments without worrying about permanently altering your image.
Designs in Graphic Maker
The Designs tab in our Graphic Maker Tool allows you to expand on your current design project by adding more scenes from the same design template pack.
To add a new scene to your project, simply click on the desired scene from the designs bar and then click the "add" button. This will either add the new scene to your project or replace the current design, depending on the design pack you are using.
You will have the option to select a different scene size for some packs.
For a more complete perspective on this subject, be sure to read Tips and Additional Information for Graphic Maker