Advanced Illustrator Techniques

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So you’ve learned Adobe Illustrator in 30 Days. You know your way around a vector — congratulations! But what about using Illustrator for print or apparel design? Or to create a website? Are you ready to take your skills to the real world? In this advanced course, Ryan Quintal throws off the training wheels and gets you into the nitty gritty of actually completing real design projects in Illustrator.

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Course Overview

00:34

1.Introduction
1 lesson, 00:34

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1.1
Course Overview
00:34

2.Illustrator
1 lesson, 05:25

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2.1
Exposing Your Tools
05:25

3.Print Design
6 lessons, 51:45

3.1
T-Shirt Project Overview
01:01

3.2
Setting up a Print Document
02:47

3.3
Color Books and Spot Colors
12:08

3.4
Understanding Halftones
07:44

3.5
T-shirt Design
19:05

3.6
Advanced Printing Options
09:00

4.Graphic Design
7 lessons, 42:06

4.1
Poster Project Overview
00:15

4.2
Techniques on Tracing
12:49

4.3
Importing from Photoshop
05:31

4.4
Working with TIFFs
05:17

4.5
Textures
07:08

4.6
Effects
05:46

4.7
Poster Design
05:20

5.Web Design
5 lessons, 40:49

5.1
Working with Grids and Pixels
05:14

5.2
Basic UX Diagraming
09:57

5.3
SVG Graphics
07:22

5.4
App Icon Design
09:14

5.5
Smart Objects
09:02

6.Misc Tools
6 lessons, 32:11

6.1
Intro to Advanced Tools
00:27

6.2
Gradient Mesh Tool
09:00

6.3
Perspective Grid
06:59

6.4
Blob Brush
04:47

6.5
Blend Tool
05:01

6.6
Advanced Path Manipulation
05:57

7.Conclusion
1 lesson, 00:47

7.1
Thank you
00:47


Preview for Advanced Illustrator Techniques
Lessons:
27
Length:
2.9 hours
About Ryan Quintal
Edgy. Daring. Sometimes a little kooky. Graphic designers of all backgrounds turn to Ryan's QuintalDesigns.com for industry articles, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop Tutorials, and a host of other fun information. A blend of strong experience, innovative design, and geeky background. Ryan's current gig is as a Designer in Massachusetts, while at the same time, attending college, where he is honing his skills for his design career.
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