We will be looking at advanced movements in Urban Jungle Editor. Movement tools help us to navigate the objects on the template we are working on. They allow us to set the scene for our digital creations. First, let us select a template from the available selections, let us go with this cityscape of a street at night. Now from the object menu at the bottom, let us put in a giraffe.
At the top right of the left is the mirror command. It allows us to mirror the object about its centerline. Simply click on the icon to mirror.
You can click again to mirror it again and return to starting orientation.
The icon on the bottom right allows us to roll an object. By rolling an object, we can place the object at different angles. You can roll by placing the finger on the icon at the bottom right and moving your finger in a circle.
Let us rotate the object by 180 degrees so it is upside down.
Let us roll the object back to an upright position. The same icon also allows us to make the object larger or smaller. You just touch the icon and then drag your finger diagonally away to enlarge and vice versa. You can Pan (moving around) the object around by placing two fingers on the object and dragging.
To complete our digital art for today. Enlarge the giraffe and pan it to the bottom left corner of the landscape. Now let us add a moon and some clouds as a finishing touch.
We can click on the icon at the top right of our screen to save, export, and share our digital creation.
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