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Adobe Illustrator can be used to accomplish many different design tasks, from illustration to app development. This course demonstrates core concepts and techniques that can be applied to any workflow—for print, the web, or building assets that will find their way into other applications. Author Justin Seeley explains the elements that make up vector graphics (paths, strokes, and fills) while showing how to use each of the drawing tools, and demonstrates how to combine and clean up paths and organize them into groups and layers. The course also covers text editing, working with color, effects, and much more.
Well, we've come to the end of our journey with Illustrator CS6. If you made it this far, congratulations! I realize this was a lot of information to digest, but with the time, and practice, you should be able to take the knowledge you've gained, and put it to good use in your daily workflow. If you'd like to take your knowledge to that next level, be sure to check out some of the other great Adobe Illustrator courses in the lynda.com Online Training Library. For instance, if you found the typography features in Illustrator to be intriguing, you might want to check out Mordy Golding's Illustrator Insider course on Type and Text.
Or if you'd like to know how to take full control of your vector objects by utilizing the Appearance panel, be sure to check out Mordy's course on rethinking Illustrator essentials as well. Finally, if you want to get really in depth with learning every nuance of Adobe Illustrator, including the Pen tool, blending, and masking, and killer special effects, check out Deke McClelland's Illustrator One-on-One courses. Thanks for joining me. My name is Justin Seeley, and I hope to see you again real soon.
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