Lesson 14. Working with Line and Text Objects Pages 31, 32 SBT Informatics 10 Connecting Knowledge to Life>

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14.1

Which tool is best suited to create Figure 14.1?

A. Polygon, star shape

B. Square, rectangular.

C. Brush tool.

Solution method:

Observe Figure 14.1 and based on the example part 1. Getting acquainted with line objects – Textbook

Detailed explanation:

The most suitable tool to generate Figure 14.1 is:

B. Square, rectangular.

14.2

If you want to create a curve consisting of multiple segments, which tool is the best fit?

Solution method:

Based on learned knowledge

Detailed explanation:

If you want to create a curve consisting of multiple segments, the brush tool is the best fit.

14.3

In Inkscape, what is the name of a line object whose start point coincides with the end point called?

Solution method:

Based on learned knowledge

Detailed explanation:

In Inkscape, the name of a line feature whose starting point coincides with the end point is called a closed curve.

14.4

While manipulating the line object, we produce an unexpected result. How to cancel the order I just made?

A. Press Ctrl + Z key combination.

B. Select the Undo command in the Edit command range.

C. Delete the object and redraw.

D. Options A and B.

Solution method:

While manipulating the line object, to cancel the command just executed, press Ctrl + Z or select the Undo command in the Edit command range.

Detailed explanation:

While manipulating the line object, we produce an unexpected result. To cancel the command just executed:

D. Options A and B.

14.5

While drawing the curve with the brush tool, we see that the point we just drew is placed inappropriately. How to remove this point?

A. Press Ctrl + Z key combination.

B. Press the Delete key.

C. Press the Backspace key.

D. All of the above options.

Solution method:

While drawing a curve with the brush tool, to remove the point you just drew that is not suitable, you can press Ctrl + Z, press the Delete key or press the Backspace key.

Detailed explanation:

While drawing the curve with the brush tool, we see that the point we just drew is placed inappropriately. To remove this point we do the following:

D. All of the above options.

14.6

Which objects can be converted to line objects?

A. Text.

B. Cubes.

C. Both options A and B.

Solution method:

Text and shapes can be converted to line objects

Detailed explanation:

Objects that can be converted to line objects are:

C. Both options A and B.

14.7

What key combination is used to quickly convert a selected object to a line object?

A. Ctrl + Shift + F

B. Ctrl+Shift+D.

C. Ctrl+Shift+C.

D. Ctrl + Shift + S.

Solution method:

Press Ctrl+Shift+D to quickly switch a selected object to a line object

Detailed explanation:

The key combination used to quickly convert a selected object to a line object is:

B. Ctrl+Shift+D

14.8

Which of the following typefaces is available in Inkscape?

A. Bold

B. Underline.

C. Bold Italy

D. Italic.

E.A, C, and D.

Solution method:

Typefaces available in Inkscape: Bold, Underline, Bold Italic, Italic.

Detailed explanation:

Typefaces available in Inkscape:

E.A, C, and D.

14.9

There are 4 objects on the workspace, how can the objects be evenly spaced?

A. Select each object in turn and move it so that the objects are evenly spaced.

B. Select all 4 objects, and then choose the Align command in the Align and Distribute panel.

C. Select all 4 objects, then select the Distribute command in the Align and Distribute panel

Solution method:

The Distribute command in the Align and Distribute panel is used to align objects equally.

Detailed explanation:

There are 4 objects on the workspace, so that the objects are evenly spaced we do:

C. Select all 4 objects, then select the Distribute command in the Align and Distribute panel

14.10

The keyboard shortcut to show the Align and Distribute panel in Inkscape is

A Ctrl + Shift + F

B. Ctrl+Shift+D.

C. Ctrl + Shift + A

D. Ctrl+Shift+V.

Solution method:

Ctrl+Shift+D is the keyboard shortcut to display the Align and Distribute panel

Detailed explanation:

The keyboard shortcut to show the Align and Distribute panel in Inkscape is

B. Ctrl+Shift+D.

14.11

Practice. Draw strokes as shown in Figure 14.2 the brush tool palette.

Solution method:

Draw directly with the Pen tool.

Detailed explanation:

– To draw smooth anchor points, drag and drop the mouse.

– The point that is clicked is the point on the resulting curve after drawing.

– Drag and drop determines the shape of the nearest curved segment, when not releasing the mouse, the shape of this segment changes according to the control of the mouse.

– When the mouse is released, the curve between the two final points is fixed. If you want to edit, press the Delete key to quickly delete the latest entry. If no correction is needed, continue with the next curves.

– It is not necessary to complete a curve because the curve can be corrected after drawing.

14.12

Practice: Analyze the components and draw a simple t-shirt like Figure 14.3

Solution method:

Observation Figure 14.3

Apply knowledge learned to practice drawing.

Detailed explanation:

Required components: bodice, sleeves, collar. Then color the components. In it, the sleeve is drawn with rectangles, rotated to the appropriate angles, the collar is drawn with the circle and ellipse tool, and the shirt color is selected simply.

The drawing steps are as follows:

– Step 1. Draw a rectangle, press Ctrl + Shift + C to switch to the line object (Figure 14.4a).

– Step 2. Select the tweak tool, click on the upper edge of the image; select the add anchor point icon (click twice, add 3 points) (Figure 14.4b).

– Step 3. Click on the two outer anchor points, hold and drag upwards; convert the center anchor point to a smooth anchor point by clicking on the center anchor point and then jumping on the smooth anchor icon (you can add a collar to adjust the position of the center anchor point accordingly) (Figure 14.4c).

– Step 4. Match the sleeve to determine the position of intersection of the arm with the body (Figure 14.4d).

– Step 5. Select the tweak tool, click on the side of the shirt body, select the add anchor point icon (click 1 time, add 1 point) (Figure 14.4e)

– Step 6. Drag the anchor point to the intersection of the arm and the body (Figure 14.4f).