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This course is the third in a four-part series devoted to mastering the premiere graphics creation application, Adobe Illustrator, version CS6. Industry pro Deke McClelland takes a project-based learning approach to the key features in Illustrator, including Recolor Artwork, transparency, masks, blend modes, strokes and fills, and dynamic effects. The course also covers techniques for creating custom gradients, designing logos, generating photorealistic neon text, and wrapping type around objects. Plus, Deke shows how to call up the most essential features by organizing your workspace and employing time-saving keyboard shortcuts, how to manage the color settings, and how to adjust a few settings to make the program work even better.
In this course you've had a chance to come to terms with some of Illustrator's most advanced features. Blends and Masks, Color Guide and Recolor Artwork, the Art Brushes, the Appearance panel, Dynamic Effects, and Illustrator's unique relationship with Photoshop. You've also had a chance to build some real- world, hands-on projects--in a few cases entirely from scratch. But you haven't seen it all. I still have one more course in this series, Part 4 Illustrator CS6 One-on-One: Mastery.
Which takes up right where this course leaves off, and teaches you things you would not believe: smart guys, gradient mesh, the liquefied tools, perspective drawing, 3D, and actions. If you're looking to branch out, try out my regular weekly series Deke's Techniques. It's a chance to take the tools you've seen so far and apply them in fresh and creative ways. But whatever your destination, we have a course to get you there.
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