The best of static and dynamic adjustments


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The best of static and dynamic adjustments

At the end of the day, Illustrator is a distortion program. You create path outlines; you modify path outlines. You add some type; you change the type. Whether an adjustment is static or dynamic, you can bet that Illustrator is master of the craft. But so far, you haven't seen the extremes to which Illustrator will go to make something very different from that thing you started with. In this chapter, we will take an entire illustration's worth of paths and tweak them to the nth degree. Where static tweaks are concerned, Illustrator offers the Liquify tools, which lets you brush in the most elaborative effects for as long as you like.

If you prefer Dynamic, then Illustrator offers its singular brand of enveloped distortions. Remember the mesh from the last chapter? In an envelope, each point in the mesh is not a color, but a point in a dynamic transformation. Why do I talk? I should show. Here is how.

The best of static and dynamic adjustments
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The best of static and dynamic adjustments provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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