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+++This course is continually maintained. New quiz questions were added in November 2016+++
Instructor is great for beginners because he explains the nuances of the pen tool. I can see where this training will eliminate a lot of frustration in the future.
I have picked up a number of skills in this course. Now I know there is so much more that I can do with the pen tool. Thank you!
Soon Kheng Chan
Have you ever grabbed the pen tool, clicked and clicked but couldn’t understand what this tool is really about?
Have you ever thought ”Why isn’t this working?”
And aren’t you tired of all those tutorials that just tell you that if you click like this you’ll get this and if you click like that you will get something else?
Now you have the opportunity to finally learn the Pen Tool the right way.
So if you’re:
you’ve found the right course for you.
Because in here you will find only the practical skills required to use the Pen Tool professionally and effortlessly.
But you will get more than that: say goodbye to all your frustrations and disappointment you can often get when watching tutorials that get you nowhere.
This is an in-depth course that will make you use the Pen Tool and its siblings with a smile, not because you feel you have to.
And as always you are totally covered by a 100% 30-day money back guarantee should you have any second thoughts.
So the only risk here is you spending more hours on trying to make the Pen Tool work like you expect it to.
So hop onboard and join the happy community of students who have already experienced my teaching method: simple, straight to the point and with a smile.
See you inside!
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|Section 1: Pen Tool Course Introduction|
|Section 2: Pen Tool : First things forst|
Pen Tool Introduction and OverviewPreview
Pen Tool Add Remove Anchor Points
Pen Tool Constrain Path Creation
Pen Tool Smooth Path Creation
|Section 3: Direction Handles|
Pen Tool Direction Handles Overview
Pen Tool Independent Direction HandlesPreview
Let's sum up what we've learnt so far
|Section 4: Pen Tool, Guides and Grid|
Pen Tool Smart Guides And Grid
Pen Tool Creating a Heart
|Section 5: Working with anchor points|
Pen Tool Add Anchor Points For Greater Control
Pen Tool: Convert Anchor Points
Pen Tool : Convert Anchor Points with the Control Panel
|Section 6: Alterntives for the Pen Tool|
Pen Tool Arc Tool OverviewPreview
Pen Tool Creating a Heart Without the Pen Tool
Pen Tool Meets the Pencil Tool
|Section 7: Design challenge|
Pen Tool Design Challenge
|Section 8: Pen Tool in Photoshop|
|Section 9: Pen Tool in Photoshop - Common features with Illustrator|
1.Pen Tool in Photoshop - Creating Paths and Shapes
2. Pen Tool in Photoshop and Illustrator - Common features
3. Pen Tool in Photoshop and Illustrator - Common features Continued
4. Pen Tool in Photoshop and Illustrator - Differences
5. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Freeform Pen Tool
6. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Add and remove anchor points
7. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Let's sum up what we've just learnt
|Section 10: Pen Tool in Photoshop - Creating shapes|
8. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Creating shapes. Adding,removing and converting ancho
9. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Adjusting Paths
10. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Quickly manipulate paths
|Section 11: Pen Tool in Photoshop - Making selections|
11. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Make selections out of shapes
12. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Make selections with the Pen Tool
13. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Save and load selections
14. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Make selections with the Freeform Pen Tool
Thanks for watching!
|Section 12: Pen Tool in Photoshop - Design chalenge resolved|
15. Pen Tool in Photoshop - Design challenge resolved
I've been using graphical software for many years now and I've recently decided to share my knowledge with others and I always try to do it in a straight-to-the-point kind of way with a touch of entertainment.
To tell you the truth I never thought of taking up a career as a teacher of any kind. In fact, I was always reluctant to agree with people, who always encouraged me to teach, saying: You should be a teacher!
But here I am and I am really enjoying it!
At first I started learning Photoshop. Then it was Illustrator and logo design principles. I kind of stuck with these two programs for a few years to eventually start learning web development through Dreamweaver and Wordpress.
My decision to start teaching was based on the quality of trainings and tutorials I saw and participated in. I thought to myself: Man. I really could do this!
So here I am now, online on Udemy and offline, in my home city.