Illustrator CS5 New Features Overview
In this course, designer, speaker, and Adobe Creative Suite guru Rufus Deuchler is your guide to the latest version of Illustrator, the vector artwork software from Adobe. Learn how to make the most of new features like perspective drawing, the Bristle Brush, the Shape Builder tool, and Adobe CS Review—as well as enhancements to features like multiple artboards, the Stroke panel, and the drawing tools. Rufus covers all of these and much more in this fast-paced training, which will quickly bring you up to speed on all the powerful new capabilities of Illustrator CS5.
- Segmented art brushes
- Variable-width strokes
- The Bristle Brush
- The perspective grid
- Path > Join enhancements
- Multiple artboard enhancements
- Pixel-perfect drawing
- CS Review online commenting
- Hi there, my name is Rufus Deuchler. In this course I will be giving you an overview of what is new in Adobe Illustrator CS5. I'm a designer, dreamer and worldwide software evangelist. I've been using Adobe software since the late 80s and now, I find myself traveling the world to share my knowledge and experience. In this overview, I will be showing you some new creative tools and features that will make your life with the application much easier. I expect that you already have some knowledge of Illustrator, preferably CS4 because I will be building on top of existing workflows and techniques to show you the many new and exciting additions to the application.
So enjoy the show, don't be shy and don't hesitate to contact me at email@example.com if you need any further information.
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