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In Illustrator CS5 One-on-One: Advanced, author and industry expert Deke McClelland teaches how to take advantage of the wide array of dynamic features in Illustrator CS5. This course demonstrates how to apply these features to paths, groups, and editable text to create professional-quality artwork. The course covers Live Trace, Live Paint, and Live Color, as well as symbols, gradients, exporting, and integration with Photoshop. Exercise files accompany the course.
And so we arrive at the close of act two of my cradle-to-grave series on Adobe Illustrator CS5. But don't for a second think this marks the end. I still have an Act III prepared for you. This is the act where Juliet fakes her death and Romeo kills Paris and Juliet dies again, it's all very exciting, and while it sounds tragic it has a happy ending. Juliet gets better and Paris is only very badly scratched, and Romeo and Juliet get married, and then somehow along the way you learn Illustrator.
I call this act Illustrator CS5 One-on-One Mastery. In which I show you such monumentally powerful features as gradient mesh, liquefy an envelope, dynamic effects, 3D and the perspective drawing tool. If you think you have Illustrator pretty well figured out now, wait until you download this information, you'll be so filled with vector-based goodness that you'll feel like you have anchor points in your head, and while I can't for a second imagine why that would be a good thing it is. In the meantime as I ponder how I can possibly reconcile Shakespeare in Bezier path outlines, on behalf of lynda.com this is Deke McClelland saying, see ya!
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