In this training course, you will learn a variety of useful tricks and tips to improve your skills in Adobe Illustrator.
The course is made up of 16 lessons, with each one being labelled individually, so that you can always come back and remind yourself how to do something whenever you like. We start off by looking at creating some basic and advanced shapes, before moving on to working with paths and imagery, followed by several text applications, and other cool effects.
By the end of this course, you will have developed a greater knowledge and understanding of how you can use some of the different tools in Adobe Illustrator to great effect.
A brief introduction to my Adobe Illustrator Useful Tricks & Tips course.
Learn how to draw some of basic shapes in Adobe Illustrator, that can later be combined to create more advanced shapes.
Learn how to draw a heart shape in Adobe Illustrator.
Learn how to draw a symmetrical shield shape in Adobe Illustrator.
Learn how to draw a settings cog shape in Adobe Illustrator.
Learn how to draw a volume speaker shape in Adobe Illustrator.
Learn how to quickly and easily create the infinite symbol in Adobe Illustrator.
Understand how compounds paths can be used to join shapes, and how clipping masks can be used to crop into an image.
Learn how to apply rounded corners to existing shapes.
Learn how to add a reflection to an image in Adobe Illustrator.
Learn how to add textures to objects using opacity masks.
Learn how to draw a dotted line in Adobe Illustrator.
Learn some of the ways in which you can distort text in Adobe Illustrator.
Learn how to add text to a path in Adobe Illustrator.
Learn how to easily create a stitched text effect in Adobe Illustrator, that allows the text to still be modified after completion.
Learn how to create some fun scribble effects in Adobe Illustrator.
Daniel White is a professional designer with over 10 years experience, who loves to share his knowledge and expertise, helping aspiring creatives to develop their skills. Since 2010, when Daniel founded his own design studio, he has worked with a variety of clients, delivering projects for branding, print and the web.