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A sketch is a great starting place, but color and detail are what take your illustrations to the next level. Von Glitschka returns in this follow-up to his popular Drawing Vector Graphics course to show how to add dimension, texture, and color to your designs with Adobe Illustrator. Along the way, Von reveals his insights on the creative process, and shares the work of seven inspiring illustrators.
Illustration can take almost any form. Be it drawn, painted, collaged, caricature, crafted. Mural, comic book, cut paper, and many more. And within all of these distinct classifications, you can have further diversification of varying styles. So the creative variables of Illustration are endless. For this course, we're specifically focusing on the finite aspects of vector based illustration. And you'll see an assortment of varying styled illustrations throughout.
I'll cover the following information you'll wanna keep in mind, and apply when you create vector based artwork. Examining the exploratory aspects of the illustration process. Understanding how light affects your design. How to use coloring methods effectively in your illustration. The skillful application of detailing methods. And expanding your color possibilities through inspiration. Like anything creative, the more you do it, the better you get. So let's get started.
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