The Worksheet for Preschool Picture Tracing is a helpful tool to be used when doing picture tracing. It allows you to trace images based on their color.
It’s an easy method for students and teachers to easily make good grade paintings from old photographs. This tutorial explains how to use the Worksheet for Preschool Picture Tracing effectively.
Before you begin using the Worksheet for Preschool Picture Tracing, you will need to prepare a black and white photograph of the subject or subjects. You will also need a copy of your picture.
You will need to have your subjects stand still in front of the camera with their backs turned on you. The photo should be in good focus. You will also need to take the photo into your computer. You will then need to open the image in an image editing program. After you are done editing, the image will look like a scanned document.
Now that you have your image scanned, it’s time to combine the colors of the photograph. Select all the colors you wish to be combined and copy the document using the mouse or keyboard shortcuts.
Now save the file as a TIFF file and rename it as an RGB file. You are now ready to print the document as your prints. Print out the RGB image at 100 DPI using either a laser printer or ink jet printer.