Find out about the first production version of Illustrator on the iPad and discover where you can learn more.
- [Instructor] Hi there and welcome to designed tools weekly … with me Tony Homer. … Released at MAX 2020, the first full version … of Illustrator on the iPad … has been out for a little while now. … And if you haven't had a chance to investigate it … then maybe you should, because it's actually really good. … Now I'll be quite honest. … In the early days, the beta days of this app … I wasn't that particularly fast, but all of a sudden … in the months leading up to the MAX release … it suddenly got super super interesting. … Now what you're seeing on screen right now … was actually created inside of Illustrator on the iPad. … And you can see here all … of the layers that go into making this app. … And if I go ahead and expand that, … you'll see there are all of the things … you would expect to be in there. … There are parts and there are clip groups and so on. … So it's very similar, only slightly better … in some ways than the desktop version. … I'm going to go ahead here and go to a second artboard …
Note: Because this course is an ongoing series, viewers will not receive a certificate of completion.
Skill Level Intermediate
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