Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Other courses to explore, part of Drawing Simplified Maps in Illustrator.
- [Instructor] I've got three recommendations…for you for courses that you might want to watch,…following up from this one.…The first of which if you were excited by the potential in…possibilities with isometric and axonometric illustration,…would be Von Glitschka's isometric illustration course.…It's a great course.…It's a lot of fun.…And there's some fantastic techniques in there.…Perspective drawing with illustrator is covered nicely…and concisely by Kevin Sommer.…
Just under half an hour's worth of course there…but a lot of information to take in.…And again, that's something you could…really develop beyond that very quickly.…Finally, I'll be remiss if I didn't mention one…of my own courses, and if you want a more rounded view…with the latest features in illustrator, then you can try…my CC2018 essential training course, as well.…
- Understanding where your map will be used
- Finding reference material
- Using symbols and masks
- Drawing roads, rivers, buildings, and other landmarks
- Adding type
- Enhancing your map
- Adding interactivity and animation
Skill Level Intermediate
Illustrator CC 2013 One-on-One: Intermediatewith Deke McClelland11h 37m Intermediate
Creating a Map with Illustratorwith William Everhart2h 48m Intermediate
Draw Better and Faster with Illustrator CCwith Deke McClelland1h 52m Appropriate for all
1. Designing a Simplified Map
2. Basic Skills
3. Creating a Simplified Map
4. Enhancing Your Map
5. Interactive Maps
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