Adobe Illustrator for Photoshop Users / Digital Tutors
Flv | 1280*720 | Eng | 2h 7min | 755 Mb
In this series of lessons, we'll focus on introducing Photoshop users to Adobe Illustrator. We'll begin this course by learning about the differences between vectors and pixels. Then we'll take some time to explore Illustrator's workspace, learning how and why it's different from the Photoshop workspace.
Next, we'll learn about basic Illustrator objects and explore some of the tools within Illustrator used to create these objects. From there we'll look at ways to organize and manage objects with groups and layers. We'll also have the opportunity to take a look at some of the more advanced tools in Illustrator, including the pathfinder panel, compound paths, masking, and using Illustrator effects. Finally, we'll learn how Photoshop works hand in hand with Illustrator using smart objects. After completing this training, you should have enough knowledge to begin creating and manipulating your own projects inside Illustrator.
1. Introduction and Project Overview 2. Pixels vs. Vectors 3. Introducing the Illustrator Workspace 4. Basic objects and selection tools in Illustrator 5. Illustrator drawing tools 6. Illustrator painting tools 7. Creating and managing groups of objects 8. Introduction to compound paths 9. Modifying shapes with the pathfinder panel 10. Working with type in Illustrator 11. Understanding Illustrator layers 12. Masking in Illustrator 13. Effects vs. Filters 14. Working with Illustrator files in Photoshop