Fundamentals of Illustrator II: Paths, Shapes & Lines
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Introduction: Create a logo representing your personal brand1:38
Shape Builder & Tools10:39
Shape Builder & Tools II13:45
Paintbrush Tool & Creating Lines12:58
About This Class
Adobe Illustrator is an incredible design application, one that has limitless potential for translating your creativity into beautiful graphic formats. The sheer amount of tools and effects can be daunting, however, leaving beginners intimidated and confused without a starting point. This series will not only provide a foundation for working with Illustrator, it will get you started on the path to harnessing the application's power and creating amazing things!
This class, which is the second of a four part series on the Fundamentals of Adobe Illustrator, will provide in-depth insrtuction and understanding into the tools in Illustrator.
Be sure to enroll in my complete Fundamentals of Illustrator Series: Fundamentals of Adobe Illustrator I: The First Steps to Becoming a Pro Illustrator, Fundamentals of Adobe Illustrator III: Working with Color, Fills & Strokes, and Fundamentals of Adobe Illustrator IV: Appearance, Layers, Images & Symbols.
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Great class, great teacher! I was comfortable with illustrator within a week of taking this class!
Brad's teaching style is the best I've found on Skillshare so far. Unlike others, he explains functions/shortcuts/details in Illustrator that beginners might not be familiar with, but avoids over-explaining or rambling. His lessons are to the point, but well paced, informative, and easy to understand. High fives, dude.
I am a graphic designer and illustrator raised in the Great Northwest, now living in Austin, Texas with my wife and two little kids. After graduating with a BFA in graphic design, I started my career as an information designer and illustrator at Column Five Media. The digital illustration courses I took in college paid off, as I found that more and more clients were requesting illustration work in their designs. Merging both skills together I have been able attract all types of work, including my work in advertising at Arnold Worldwide.
Now, my wife and I run our own design and illustration studio full-time, named Brave the Woods. We also started the company Artists for Education, which brings artists together to create beautifully designed, educational artwork for teachers' classrooms and your living room.