Adobe Illustrator For Beginners 2 Day Workshop

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Adobe Illustrator For Beginners 2 Day Workshop
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Adobe Illustrator For Beginners 2 Day Workshop says
2 - Day Weekend Bootcamp

March 26 and February 27
10am to 4pm


Learn The Top 5 Adobe Illustrator Tips:
• How illustrator changed my Art Life
• Why the Pen Tool is your friend
• Looking at Vector Art is just like a connect the dots puzzle
• Learn what Bezier Lines, Anchors and Paths are all about
• Export settings for Print, Web and Mobile
• One More: Coloring Book Design for your art!

In this workshop students will learn to understand the appropriate uses for Illustrator, the difference between vector and raster graphics, and how to create complex graphics with simple components and tools.

We will cover a clear step-by-step process discussing how pixels and inches are measured; work with paths, pen tools, layers, fonts, and more. Students will learn the difference between saving their work for web, print and mobile, and determine the appropriate use for various file types, such as ai, psd, eps and pdf.

Finally, workflow techniques and housekeeping of layers and shapes to make collaboration easy are discussed.

Illustrator Weekend Bootcamp Day 1
Learn the basics: how to open a file, image trace, add text, use layers and brushes.
Cover vector line art illustration using the pen tool.
Learn Illustrator interface
Learn basic techniques like shape tools, using layers, adding text, and using brushes
Practice vector art illustration using the pen tool
Create basic shapes

Illustrator Weekend Bootcamp Day 2
Create custom paths
Create graphics that contain custom text
Customize objects and basic shapes
Organizing artwork
Learn about Illustrator Artboards
Gain an understanding of simple functions that will make multiple tasks - easy
Identify the components and capabilities of Adobe Illustrator
Prepare documents for deployment
Illustrator Tips & Tricks

Prereqs & Preparation
Laptop with Adobe Illustrator C6 or above installed
Trial download is available from Adobe
Touch Screens and Tablets welcome
Bring a Mouse!
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By: Adobe User Group of Atlanta