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This is designed to teach how to create impressive vector images and will learn how to work on graphic projects based on layers, color functions, Pen tool, transformation of existing shapes, adding color to drawn objects, and etc.
In this course, students will use Adobe Illustrator CS5 by drawing and manipulating simple shapes to design a layout for their product. Students will create complex, robust illustrations that go beyond those they could create using Adobe Illustrator tools.
Adobe Illustrator is a program used by both artist and graphic designers to create vector images.
This course is intended for designers, publishers, pre-press professionals, marketing communications professionals, or people switching to a design job or taking on design responsibilities, who need to use Illustrator to create illustrations, logos, advertisements, or other graphic documents.
Adobe illustrator has become the industry-recognised software for creating vector graphics which are fully scalable with no loss of resolution or quality. With Adobe Illustrator you can create logos, graphics for print, screen and video, maps, infographics, patterns and illustrations. Artwork created with Illustrator can be seamlessly used with Photoshop, InDesign and many other Adobe applications. We’ll show you how to create something incredible.
Lesson 1: Getting Acquainted with Adobe Illustrator CS5
Lesson 2: Creating Shapes in a Document
Lesson 3: Creating Custom Paths
Lesson 4: Working with Text
Lesson 5: Working with Objects
Lesson 6: Enhancing Documents
Lesson 7: Proofing a Document
Lesson 8: Saving Images for Web and Print
Lesson 1: Creating Complex Illustrations
Lesson 2: Enhancing Complex Illustrations
Lesson 3: Creating a Vector Version of a Raster Graphic
Lesson 4: Creating Special Effects
Lesson 5: Working with Graphs
Lesson 6: Working with Variables
Lesson 7: Outputting Documents
Lesson 8: Exporting Graphics for the Web and Mobile Devices