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There you have it folks, a truly transformative Illustrator experience. Try these various techniques on your own projects, and see if they don't improve the quality of your artwork as well as your overall creative moral. If this whets your appetite for more Illustrator training, check out my One-on-One series for Illustrator CC. It consists of four courses, Fundamentals, Intermediate, Advanced, and Mastery, in that order. My advice, watch some of the Fundamentals course, and then jump in on the later courses where they best fit your needs.
And remember, both my weekly series Deke's Techniques, and my bi-monthly Designs dekeConstructed, often employed Illustrator in the service of actual hands on design. Meanwhile, until next we meet, on behalf of Lynda.com, this is Deke McClelland saying, see you.
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