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Create Hanna Barbera Style Graphics With Blending Paths in Illustrator CS5.5
Understanding blending paths can open up a world of creative possibilities in Illustrator CS5. David Smith shows how to create a retro, Hanna Barbera style graphic using blending paths
Mar. 26, 2012
Coloring Bitmaps in Illustrator
Got a logo that needs re-coloring'¦ but you only have the Bitmap (not .EPS) version? Have no fear. David Smith shows you how to make make this work well in Adobe Illustrator.
Mar. 16, 2012
Classic Rotated Icons Made Simple With Adobe Illustrator
David Smith, Adobe certified Trainer, explores one of the design concepts behind the best and most successful icons you see on iOS, OS X, and well'¦everywhere else!
Mar. 6, 2012
Mastering Paths in Adobe Creative Suite CS5
David Smith introduces some quick and easy ways to understand, and use, paths in Adobe CS5 - and especially Illustrator.
Nov. 29, 2011
Creating Tech Shapes In Illustrator
Finding shapes for your design projects doesn't always require opening your wallet and browsing 3rd party libraries. Toby Pitman shows the way to a creative, DIY path using InDesign.
Nov. 21, 2011
Creating Stylized Custom Shapes In Photoshop
Making stylized line-art or shape-art style images is normally the domain of Illustrator. However, Photoshop can be used to good effect. Toby Pitman outlines this stylized creation process.
Sep. 30, 2011
Importing Vector Masks From Illustrator Into Photoshop
So you've created excellent, pixel-perfect vectors in Illustrator. What next? Import them into Photoshop with ease. In this tip (with project files included) learn how to use Vector Masks in PS CS5.
Jul. 14, 2011
Tutorial: Beginner's Guide to Illustrator
I love Illustrator. In fact, I love Illustrator even more than I love Photoshop. Those with rotten tomatoes ready in hand after that statement, please form a queue to the left! Don't get me wrong, Pho
Feb. 21, 2011
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