Join Von Glitschka for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise files, part of Adobe Draw for Illustration.
- Anyone watching this course has access to the exercise files used throughout this course. These files can be downloaded from the main course page, so let's take a look at them. Because this course is on the iPad using Adobe Draw, giving you access to those specific Adobe Draw files isn't really possible just because of the way Creative Cloud works, but you can get access to the source photography that I use to inspire this whole illustration, also guided my detailing efforts and response to how the pattern on the bird is formed.
I will give you access to the refined sketch that I placed on to my iPad and used in Adobe Draw so you can mimic the same methods that I showcase throughout the course. The actual exercise files that you will have full access to will be when I send the artwork to Adobe Illustrator in its raw format as shown here, so this is a native.ai file that you'll be able to open up and deconstruct and also the final usage of the artwork and how I composed that.
In addition to this, you also are provided with the layered Photoshop file, so you can walk through all the steps I used to create the final half-tone used in my design, and also the second area illustration on a variant style that I created on the iPad that I walked through, you also have access to that refined sketch as well.
Follow along for a tour of Adobe Draw's best features and get techniques for refining line work, coloring a sketch, drawing, and adding shadows and highlights. At the end of the course, Von shows how to create new brushes and textures with Adobe Capture and then shifts his illustrations to the desktop to capitalize on the full-fledged power of Illustrator and Photoshop CC.