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5 Best New Features in Illustrator CC 17.1 and InDesign CC 9.2 Update
Learn more about what goodies Adobe introduced to Illustrator CC (17.1) and InDesign CC (9.2) in their latest round of updates. Martin Perhiniak focuses in on his 5 favorite new features.
Feb. 17, 2014
Freehand Drawing with Adobe Illustrator CC
Illustrator is a versatile vector drawing app that can be used for several types of artistic styles. Follow along with Martin Perhiniak as he focuses on freehand drawing skills which will look cool!
Dec. 11, 2013
Creating an Endearing Snowman Using Adobe Illustrator
Whether it's snowing in your part of the world or not... it's a good idea to start getting your Winter holiday/Xmas cards going. And what better way to do that than draw your own cute snowman?
Dec. 8, 2013
Illustrator and InDesign: Why Your Style Guide is Wrong
Now that everything from communication to music to films have gone digital is there any need for the ol' pantone in the world of digital books and publications? Iain Anderson takes a colorful look.
Oct. 9, 2013
Illustrator CC: Pattern Brushes Redux
If you've been wondering what improvements Illustrator CC brought to the pattern brushes... wonder no longer! Iain Anderson shows how easy and powerful these brushes now are.
Sep. 17, 2013
Illustrator CC: Using Bitmaps in Brushes
When Adobe bought Freehand many features were incorporated into Illustrator. Bitmaps in Brushes, however, was absent... until now! Iain Anderson explores this creative technique in Illustrator CC.
Jul. 24, 2013
Riveting Text With Offset Paths In Illustrator
When it comes to creating intricate strokes for text or objects, sometimes Photoshop doesn't tick all the boxes. That's when turning to Adobe Illustrator can be useful. Toby Pitman shows how.
May. 22, 2013
Design a cool Typography Portrait in Adobe Illustrator
Look closely at this headline image... hard to believe it's created entirely from letters and words! Martin Perhiniak shows how to create this for your portraits in 7 simple simple steps.
Mar. 6, 2013
Sweating Text in Adobe Illustrator
Been working out at the gym or outside? Don't let the sweat get you down... find out how to transfer it to text within Adobe Illustrator with David Smith.
Jan. 4, 2013
Remixing Photos in Illustrator
Don't be fooled that Illustrator can't be used to manipulate images... it can! In this quick tutorial, Iain Anderson, thinks aloud outside the box to show how to remix photos in Adobe Illustrator CS6.
Nov. 12, 2012
Creating Revolved 3D Objects in Illustrator CS6
Turn, twist, rotate, revolve, spin your way into Illustrator CS6 with Iain Anderson as he illustrates how to take full control of 3D objects.
Aug. 1, 2012
Outlining Text in a Pattern in Illustrator CS6
Go Art Deco with Adobe Certified Trainer, David Smith, as he takes you on a tour of the finer points to do with text in Illustrator CS6.
Jun. 29, 2012
Typing on a Path in Illustrator CS6
When observing good design it can be easy to take it for granted. David Smith explores a commonly used technique, circular text, using Illustrator CS6's path tools.
Jun. 27, 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
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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