Illustrator for Beginners Part 4 - Patterns, Effects, and Other Creative Functions

Chad Neuman, Ph.D., Professor, Graphic Designer, Digital Media Expert

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8 Videos (32m)
    • Learn the Appearance Panel

      3:17
    • Stylizing Shapes in Illustrator

      2:37
    • Learn the Envelope Distort and Warp Tools for Illustrations

      6:43
    • Design Patterns with Transform Each

      4:35
    • Apply the Pathfinder Tool for Vector Shapes

      6:01
    • [PROJECT] Warped Text on Radial Pattern

      4:52
    • Saving Files in Illustrator

      2:12
    • Printing Files in Illustrator

      2:12

About This Class

In this fourth course of the Illustrator for Beginners Series, you will learn how to design patterns, effects, and other creative functions in Adobe Illustrator.

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This series is a comprehensive overview for beginners of the functions of various tools and techniques in Illustrator. Each segment builds on the previous one so it is best to view them in order. I have much more confidence in my ability to use Illustrator to accomplish my ideas after viewing the series, and I know I will refer back to it again. I recommend this class for anyone who wants to learn how to get the best results from Illustrator.
excellent class to beginner
I went from zero knowledge of illustrator to competency via the four illustrator lessons.

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Chad Neuman, Ph.D.

Professor, Graphic Designer, Digital Media Expert

I love seeing students succeed in their designs, writings, productions, and careers!

I'm currently a full-time university professor of graphic design and digital journalism. I've taught classes on design, photography, and writing for the past eight years. My university students have become full-time, award-winning photographers, web designers, creative specialists, reporters, and layout designers.

And now, you can learn from me as well!

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