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Illustrator Insider Training: Rethinking the Essentials is the first installment in a series of courses designed to show experienced Illustrator users to how master core features and build art more efficiently. Adobe Illustrator has evolved dramatically over the years, and many creative professionals may be missing out on features that have been added to the latest versions. This course takes a fresh approach to core concepts, such as paths, attributes, object hierarchy, groups, and layers. Advanced techniques such as combining multiple effects and customizing textures are also included. Exercise files and a free worksheet are included with the course.
Congratulations on finishing Illustrator Insider Training: Rethinking the Essentials. You've done it. But this is not the end--no, not at all. This is just the beginning. You know, in these movies, we've uncovered things like what groups and layers really are inside of Illustrator, and we've spoken about some basic concepts, things that we've always taken for granted, and now we have a complete renewed appreciation for what these things really are-- more importantly, how we can use them to get our work done more efficiently. But there are plenty of other important features inside of Illustrator, things like working with color or understanding transparency better. Maybe learning how to create graphs and charts.
What about learning to automate things with like scripts and actions so that Illustrator does things for you? There is so much more to uncover inside of Illustrator. So, for now, let all the concepts that you've learned in this title kind of a sink into your head and apply them to the work that you do every day. Then, look for other Illustrator Insider Training titles to help expand your knowledge around Illustrator and make it truly your own.
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