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Illustrator on the iPad: Intermediate

teacher avatar Tim Wilson, Adobe Certified Instructor and Expert

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Lessons in This Class

43 Lessons (1h 16m)
    • 1. Illustrator iPad Intermediate Course Overview

      2:02
    • 2. Duplication and Repetition - Intro

      0:30
    • 3. Duplicating Objects

      1:49
    • 4. Radial Repeat - Part 1

      0:57
    • 5. Radial Repeat - Part 2

      1:00
    • 6. Radial Repeat - Part 3

      0:54
    • 7. Grid Repeat for Patterns - Part 1

      1:22
    • 8. Grid Repeat for Patterns - Part 2

      0:51
    • 9. Mirror Repeat

      1:17
    • 10. Create Wrapping Paper Project Overview

      0:30
    • 11. Project: Part 1 - Create Wrapping Paper

      0:18
    • 12. Project: Part 2 - Drawing the Shape for the Pattern

      6:03
    • 13. Project: Part 3 - Using Grid Repeat

      6:38
    • 14. Create a T-Shirt & Artwork Project Overview

      0:51
    • 15. Project: Part 1 - Drawing the T-Shirt with Mirror

      3:17
    • 16. Project: Part 2 - Use Radial to Create Simple Logo

      3:00
    • 17. Project: Part 3 - Colour Your Logo

      2:12
    • 18. Project: Part 4 - Duplicate Your T-Shirt

      1:36
    • 19. Project: Part 5 - Import Skull Artwork

      1:54
    • 20. Project: Part 6 - Draw Half the Skull

      4:33
    • 21. Project: Part 7 - Detail and Mirror Skull

      3:41
    • 22. Project: Part 8 - Create More Artboards

      1:34
    • 23. Project: Part 9 - Radial Repeat the Skull

      1:47
    • 24. Arranging and Precision - Intro

      0:44
    • 25. Introducing Layers

      2:59
    • 26. Layers in Depth

      0:55
    • 27. Stacking Slider for Object Order

      0:36
    • 28. Grouping and Ungrouping

      0:33
    • 29. Isolation Mode

      0:18
    • 30. Make Guides

      0:44
    • 31. Make Radial Guides

      1:15
    • 32. Smart Guides and Grid

      1:15
    • 33. Outline Mode

      0:46
    • 34. Clipping Masks

      0:50
    • 35. Create a Map Project Overview

      0:23
    • 36. Project: Part 1 - Understand What You Will Create

      0:20
    • 37. Project: Part 2 - Importing the Scribble

      1:43
    • 38. Project: Part 3 - Sampling Colours for Swatch

      1:41
    • 39. Project: Part 4 - Join Roads

      1:57
    • 40. Project: Part 5 - Outlining Strokes

      1:11
    • 41. Project: Part 6 - Adding Buildings in New Layer

      7:09
    • 42. Project: Part 7 - Clean Up With Clipping Mask

      1:48
    • 43. Course Conclusion for Illustrator on the iPad

      0:36
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About This Class

Hi - I'm Tim

I'm an Adobe Certified Instructor and Adobe Certified Expert and designer working in and around London.  

This course is an Intermediate course in Adobe Illustrator on the iPad with tutorials and step-by-step projects, for those who have some knowledge of Illustrator on the iPad or those who have completed my Beginner course. You do not have to be able to draw to complete this Illustrator on the iPad course. If you need an introduction, please see the Adobe Illustrator on the iPad: Beginner course. https://skl.sh/3u6iwth 

Together we will look at a specific set of tools and techniques. Then I will give you some projects to complete to reinforce your knowledge. 

All the content can be adapted for both print or web.

You will learn the more intermediate features of Illustrator for the iPad and solidify your knowledge by creating icons, logos and posters.

This course is for anyone who has some knowledge of Illustrator on the iPad. All you need is an iPad with an Apple Pencil and copy of Adobe Illustrator for the iPad.

During the videos there will also be key phrases that appear to help you remember tools, shortcuts and techniques.

At the end of this course you will have good understanding of the intermediate aspects of Illustrator on the iPad and will be able to create simple yet eye-catching and exciting graphics. 

All the exercise files come from the Royalty Free website Unsplash.com with thanks to the following photographers / artists: Dim Hu (animal skull), New York Public Library (flower drawing).

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1. Illustrator iPad Intermediate Course Overview: Hi, my name's Tim Wilson from Red Rocket studio and Adobe certified Illustrator instructor. And I would really love to help you to learn illustrator for the iPad. This course is the second part of my Illustrator on the iPad series. If you haven't seen the first part is a link in the class description or search within Skillshare for Adobe Illustrator on the iPad beginner. This course is designed for you in such a way that you'll first cover a section of lectures. And then at the end of each section, you'll have a project or two to work on. These projects will allow you to put the knowledge you have learned into practice in real-world examples, you'll get to practice what you've learned, ensuring that your new knowledge is cemented into your memory will work through everything in bite-size portions step-by-step. My goal is to help you have a productive, but of course, enjoyable course to help you to pursue your creative path. I can't wait to help you to learn Illustrator on the iPad. 2. Duplication and Repetition - Intro: Now one of the exciting features about Illustrator on the desktop is the repetition to it because it's very different to what you get on the desktop. And what we can do with this is we can create patterns in a different way to the desktop version. But we can also create really, really amazing radial repeat. So we're going to go through those. And at the end, I've got a project for you where we will create something interesting with the pattern. 3. Duplicating Objects: Now we've got a number of different ways where we're able to duplicate items. The first way is we can take that item and just go down to the little button below. You know, when you see the heads-up display that appears, there is a little plus next to the bin. If you click the Plus, it duplicates your item and you'll see now I've got two of the shapes. Let's get rid of those two. The second way to do it, and I find this much easier is if you go across to the touch, the goods, the outer touch that your secondary touch, and then just drag the selected item. You can then just very quickly copied. Do exactly the same thing again is duplicate. This one's most, we get to the outer one and it's duplicated. Now, the other thing that we can do is we can copy and paste items. So if I go over here to the right-hand side to the little scissors, you will see that the first thing I can do is I can cut an item and then I can go back in there again and I can paste it again, or I can copy it. Let's move this one over. And then once again I can paste it in there. Finally, there is a shortcut for copying. And that is, if you select your item, go to that little plus that we used for duplicating. Don't just click it once. Click and hold it down. And you'll see it says copied to the clipboard. And then let's move that across. And I can then use Paste to paste it back in again. You just choose the one that works best for you really. 4. Radial Repeat - Part 1: Now, Illustrator on the iPad has got a really cool feature which doesn't appear on the desktop version. And this is the radial repeat. And on the right-hand side you'll see that there is a radial grid and a mirror. Start with the radial. Repeat. If I select my item over here and I want to repeat a ground, I can just go down to the radial repeat, click it, and it will spin it all the way round. Now, we've got some settings in here. The first is that I can scale this up and down. It is constrained. Next is on the right-hand side, and this controls the number of repeats that you get. And then the two semi-circles at the bottom ally to pull them apart and reduce how much of the surplus being affected by your repeat. 5. Radial Repeat - Part 2: Now we've got another really interesting little feature, and that is the rotation. But the rotation doesn't just rotate your whole item. It pulls things further apart or closer together. It's this enlighten over here in the middle. So if I click on that and then pull out, you can see it's scaling, but it's moving the items closer together or further apart. If I pull this down, I can also rotate them around so I can pull them apart. Like so. Remember, anytime you can just move the whole thing around, if you need, change the number of items. And of course, over here, just rotate it around. My pattern. Once again, give it a good go, try it out. There's so many cool things you can do. And in the projects will use some of these features to make some interesting projects. 6. Radial Repeat - Part 3: Now we can also change the number of items that we've got in our radial repeat. In a different way. I'm going to go up to the properties over here. And you see right down the bottom, I'm going to slide up. At the very bottom. We've got two options for radial repeat. The first one is the number of items in there. So if I click on that, I can just change the number of items manually. The second one is to reverse the items. So at the moment you can see they're going one way. If I click on reverse the overlap, it overlaps in the opposite way around. Sometimes that can be quite useful depending on what you want with it. I want the green areas on the overlap on the top or underneath, on the side. 7. Grid Repeat for Patterns - Part 1: One of the most exciting things about Illustrator on the iPad is the Repeat Grid. I've got a little guitar object that I want to repeat. So I'm selecting it. I'm going to go over to the right-hand side to repeat and find the grid repeat. Now, if I want to scale, I can go to the bottom right-hand corner and grab the little dot or button on the right-hand side, I can scale the whole thing up and down as well. But if I want to change the number of objects in there, I can get the handles which are on the right and the bottom and just pull out the size without affecting the number of objects in there. If you want to move the objects closer together or further apart, get the handles at the top, and that moves them across close together. And the one on the left which moves them up and down, closer together or further apart. You can also, if you wish, changed the objects individually. So if you double-click an object, then you've gone into isolation mode. You can then move that object around and you can scale it without affecting the box shape that you're in or the object shape that that pattern is inside. Have a go. It's such good fun. 8. Grid Repeat for Patterns - Part 2: Now the other thing we can do is we can control the pattern from the Properties panel. I'm going to click on the Properties panel and scroll right way to the bottom. And you can see you've got two options here. The grid repeat is pretty much the same thing that we did using the little handles on the patent itself. And you can do it either vertically or horizontally. Then we've got the grid type which allows us to offset the items. And below that we can go in and we can flip the rows so we can get the opposite is going on. We can do it horizontally or vertically. We can flip the columns either horizontally or vertically to get a perfect pattern. 9. Mirror Repeat: Let's look at the final option in repeat, and I'm going to select this little book. Go along to repeat and choosing mirror. Now immediately what it does is it just makes a copy and flips the copy over, but there's a little bit more to it than that. First of all, if I now go to my shape and move it around, the mirror will move at the same time. If I want to move the mirrored line, not moving both round, but just the line itself. We can do that by using a little circle on the line itself. So I can just pull that out. The mirror line moves, which means the ops one moves your original stays exactly where it is. If you move the original, they will both move around the line. Now what happens if you want them the other way round where you can actually drag them over each other. Like so. You can also angled things around. If you grab the bottom of that mirror, you can then rotate. So I could say for example, 45-degree and mirrored 45-degree version of that chain. 10. Create Wrapping Paper Project Overview: So we wanted the project. And for this project what we're going to do is we're going to create a simple piece of wrapping paper. So just using the repetition to get a repeat going, but not so much that it looks robotic. We want a few things kind of scattered around. We're going to use the pencil tool to redraw a simple flower shape. And then we'll get, we'll use the grid option to make it look, well. Have really quite good. 11. Project: Part 1 - Create Wrapping Paper: So this is the pattern that we're going to create and we're going to draw it really simply. You don't have to be able to draw to create this. We're just going to trace around an existing drawing, but follow one. And you'll see. 12. Project: Part 2 - Drawing the Shape for the Pattern: Let's start this one off by bringing in drawing. I'm going to go along to the Import Options. I'm going to click on Files and I'm going to find in the Illustrator assets course now, Illustrator course, Assets folder, mouthful. I'm not going to find this drawing of a flower. Now. I got this from Unsplash, but you can use any flower you like. All obviously this is in the folder for you to use. And I'm going to lock that down because because I don't want to move it around by mistake. So let's zoom into this area. Now. As far as the colors go, when I click on my colors, you'll see I've got some colors along the top in my swatches, which kind of match that flower. Now I did this earlier, so you didn't have to sit through the whole process of me sampling colors. But to get a color only do is you use your Eyedropper Tool. Move over the area that you wanted to sample the color from. And I'll take a dark green there and then click the little plus in the Swatches button down the bottom. And I did that for all of those colors. I just went through, felt some light ones, found some darker ones. What I'm going to do now is I'm going to use my pencil tool. And the pencil tool, I'm going to have a medium amount of smoothing on it. And I just want to start off with a stroke. So I'm going to start off with kind of a reddish stroke. And then I'm going to do the objects which are right at the back. So I'm going to do this one here. Then let's see this one here sort of at the back there. And then what have we got? We've got this shape over here. We've got another one over there, and this one in there. So now what I can do is I can select those objects and I can go to fill and I can just fill them with the pink. And we've got the sort of the start to the flower shape. Before I do that, I'm going to select the petals and just take off the fill just temporarily so that I can go in with my pencil and just draw this little middle section in there. And maybe another one on the inside. You can see I'm being pretty rough with this. Now. The outer one of those, I'm going to have that as a darkish yellow. And maybe this one here. Well, let's try it with a lighter, lighter yellow. So I'm going to start to fill these things now, let's select all of those. And the fastest way to be honest for me to do this is just fill everything and then I can go and collect those the inner bit over there and I can give that a light, lighter fill. And this one here, let's go with a slightly darker fill on that. Now, if I want to put in any more details, of course, I can just use the pencil over here. No fill at all. Just because my stroke pick a dark red. I've just put in a few little, little lines over here. To get the petal feel to the flower. We're not going for accuracy here because we can make a pattern out of this. Once I've done that one, I'm going to do the same thing with the leaf over the number of leaves. So I'll start off by using some of these colors here. Let me go now. And I'm going to use a darkish green. And I'm just going to draw some of these leaves in. So with a pencil. You don't have to go to, to, to do this. You just compelled to use your tools to roughly make the shapes that are there already. It's how just doing these lines in and out, not being very accurate tool. Just a few more here. And we just get the rough idea. And one last one up there. And I think I probably also want a stalk down the middle. So same again, I'll just go through these and I'll fill them with the light green. Last one. Okay. Let's done as the start. Now, what I will do though, is I'm going to select this flower here. And I'm going to click the button to group it together. And you'll see it'll just jump into a group. In my layers. I'll do the same with this. I'll select all of those leaves. And once again group them together as well to make my life simpler when it comes to working with them. The image at the bottom here, I really don't need this, so I'm going to just delete it because that's all that I need for my graphic. So I've got my two shapes in here. And what I'm going to do now is to make a pattern out of this. So we can have built a patent on the card, have a bit of a pattern on the wrapping paper. But I'm going to stop there so you can try something like this. Use the picture that I've done or find anything you like and just do some rough rough flowers from it and then come back and we'll get on to the next stage and start making those patterns. 13. Project: Part 3 - Using Grid Repeat: I'm going to go along, move this out the way. And I'm going to add in a preset for the art boards here, and I'm going to use an A3. Now. I want to make some copies of this flower in the form of patent, but I'll copy it first. I'll leave the original on the other card. And we're going to just change the size of this a bit. Now we'll hold down the main, primary touch to take the size down. So I'm going to start with that one. And I'm going to go over to my repeat. I'm going to click on grid. And you can see straight away I get a grid of flowers. Now I'm going to put this right up in the corner there. And then I'm going to grab the long handle and pull it downwards. And this long handle on the right and pull this across. Like sir. Now that is very robotic as far as a pattern goes. So what I think I'll do is I'll go along to my settings. I'm going to do this by going into my properties right down to the bottom. And the grid type, I can switch on the grid circle offset these shapes and you can offset them in two different ways. I'm going to go with that way or I like the way the offset tab. And then we can flip some of them if we like as well. So they're not all exactly the same. You can flip rows, you can flip columns. But what you're really looking at here is to just do something where there's not so much repetition. Now, I can then go up to the top and I can move these closer together, further apart. Okay. I'm going to, I'm going to live with that. But maybe I want more flowers in there. So I'm going to take another copy of this flower, just this one here. Copy it. And I'm going to drag this big one across over there and do the same thing. So this time I'm going to go exactly the same to grid. I'm going to pull the grid down. Difficult to see at the moment, but the flowers of bigger, I am neaten go and I'm going to change the opacity on those flowers. So in kind of see some of them in the background there. So Saman here, down to my grid repeat, and I will get them to offset slightly. And once again in here I can just change the distances, how close or how far apart they are. Let's move that up so we're just going to fuel them in the background. And you can keep building up your shapes like this really easily. So once again, let's do it with some leaves. So maybe I'll start off with some large leaves everywhere. So same again. I will copy them, bring them in. And then I'm going to go into my grid, putting a bit of a gradient there. Wow, you can see that's really big. Heavy here. We'll just move that down. It's super big. I have to move that across. Like so. And same to my into my grid over here. Just offset some of these and flip this if we flipped them that way. So once again, I might actually go in and just change them second MSM a little bit closer together. Come on the wrong one there. Now if you can't figure out which one to select, go up to your layers panel, and then you can choose which one you are actually working on. So hopefully now they regard OK, just move there is a bit closer together. And in your layers, I can take that copy and I can move it underneath the other. So I've kind of got a bit of a, well, let's move it up a bit here. I've got the leaves between them. Don't forget, in these layers you can also get your properties. You can change the opacity on individual layers. You can get your blend modes and you can blend them together as well. And you can just build up so many different patterns by just adding more and more pieces. So once I've done that and I feel happy with that, then just try and line them all up. And then I can go back to my card and then decide what to do with my card. This is going to be really just very simple. I'm just going to take that shape ever there, move it behind the flower. And then maybe make a few copies of that flower and I can copy them very quickly. Doing that. I have a big one every day. Another copy in there. Scale that one down a little bit and repeat, rotate them. So they're not quite exactly the same. Now, let's have a look at what this would actually look like. So if I put a shape over the top, exert selected all of those on the card. And then I can go into my right-hand side to the Object menu and make a clipping mask. So we've got something along that line. Now, you can see that this hasn't taken me long to do. Just do some very, very quick drawings. We've got so many options that we can then work on here. And I go to any of these, I can move them around. I can change it. Even that actually looks really nice just by itself without these flowers on the top. But don't forget, go into your properties and experiment with some of these modes. And you can change the blend mode, you can change the opacity like that. I think that actually looks a whole lot better than the first one that I did. But just have fun with it and get to know those grids. And any of the repeats in there as well. 14. Create a T-Shirt & Artwork Project Overview: In this project, we're going to be creating some t-shirt designs. And we'll make the T-shaped first of all. And we're going to use the mirroring option to draw half a t-shirt and then flip it over c and you have to draw half. Which is a really cool way of working because even if something looks a bit wobbly on one side, if it inherited the other side, it looks like she should have been. And once we've done the tissue, we'll look at two different designs. A really simple design, which is going to look a little bit like the inside of the camera, the aperture, the iris of a camera. And the second one, which is going to be more of a sort of a dark themed design. We're going to do an animal skull and we're going to spin it around using repetition. To repeat it in a radio wave is going to be good. 15. Project: Part 1 - Drawing the T-Shirt with Mirror: So I'm going to start with a new document this time I'm going to be using CMYK because this is something that's going to be going for print. I'm good to go with a four, but I'm going to change the size, the orientation shall I say, to landscape. And I'm going to click on Create file. So I'm going to start off by making a t-shirt and I'm going to have some designs for the t-shirt. We're going to be using obviously repetition for that. Let me start off with the t-shirt. What I'm going to do is I'm going to use the pen tool to draw half the t-shirt and then make a copy and flip it over. So I don't want to have any fill on this. So I'm going to say Non-Format fill. And then I'm going to get my pen. If you want to use any other tool for this and you feel comfortable that absolutely fine. I'm going to draw half of my t-shirt. Now. I've got to just do it by going click, click, click, and then across here, clicking, clicked. So this is kind of the shoulder, the T-Shirt with a sleeve down there into here. And here's the body of the T-shirt. And back along to the starting point. Now, if these are all evolution, if you never drawn a tissue before, you find that like mine, they are a bit all over the place. So if you do that, you can just use your selection tool, the direct selection tool to pull these out to this of shape that you want. And let's ram looking for half a t-shirt here. So make it give quite a large sleeve in the groups. A large slave in there. Now, pull that down a bit. Now what I want to do is I want to round off a few of these bits and pieces. I'd like to round off the shoulders just a little bit, under the arms just a bit, and the neck as well. So if I click on them, I can then use that little circle just pulled around a bit. Do the same over here for the neck. Pull that round to get sort of elliptical, almost a V-shape. And same over here. I'll just pull this around a little bit so we get just a bit of a roundness underneath. Now that I've done that, I'm going to select it with the arrow tool, the selection tool. And I'm going to go across on the right-hand side to repeat. And what we're going to do is we're going to use a mirror, repeat for this. So if I click on mirror, you can see repeats it. And then all I need to do is I can use this line and move it closer together or further apart. Now I think I will just pull that together. All right, so there is my, my t-shirt, quick and easy to do. Have been forgotten. Make a shape like that where they use a unmarried shaped with User t-shirt or any other shirt when you have clothing for that matter, it doesn't matter. Just have a bit of a go with this. So and then we'll come on and we will do the first of the logos using repeat. 16. Project: Part 2 - Use Radial to Create Simple Logo: Now I don't want to touch this T-Shirt by mistake and move it around. So I'm going to select it. I'm going to go along to my layers and you can see there it is as a mirror repeat. So I'm just moving it into the right position. And then I will lock it in the SR. Can't move it by mistake. Let's start off with the little logo. So what I want is a small logo on the pocket and I'm looking for something which represents a photographic type of company. So I'm thinking in terms of maybe the front of a lens where you have the aperture is coming together. And I'm going to make one lap to shape, and I'm going to spin them around to do all of them. So let's have a go. I'll take an ellipse and I'll draw my lap. Santa, doesn't matter where you do this. Because we can always move it around. I'm going to zoom in so you can see it a bit easier. I'm going to take my direct selection tool and I'm going to select just the bottom point in it and pull it down like that. Now, aperture blades are usually sort of curved on one side. So if I used the pen, I could click on that pointed to put another point in, and then use my direct selection tool to push that in, get that rounded area that you get on on a photographic aperture blade. Of course, you could just move these around until you get this right sort of shape that you're after. So I'm looking for this sort of upside-down teardrop. I suppose. Something along that line. If you want to just do a triangle, if you don't feel confident with doing shaped like this, that's absolutely fine as well. Now once I've done that, I'm going to get it to repeat around in a circle. So I'm going to go over here to my repeat. And I'm going to choose radial. So I click on radio. And you can see how it's given me this radial repeat around here. Now, I can then change the number of shapes in there by dragging a little button on the right-hand side, run that circle that we looked at before. I can drag that up and down so I can get them to overlap or not. I can also go in to the circle at the top here and I can just rotate those around. So I'm looking for something, maybe like that where they're all linked together. Ready, ready beautifully. I feel happy with that shape. And now I'm going to stop. So you can have multiple go experiment with those. Just get some sort of shape going on with repeat. So you get a feel for, for the repeat. Try it out. 17. Project: Part 3 - Colour Your Logo: The next thing that I'd like to do is to take this shape and put different colors on to the different segments. At the moment, this is still 11 shape. So what we need to do is we need to break the whole thing down into its component parts. So to do that, I'm going to go along on the right-hand side here. And I'm going to choose the object menu. Object panel shall I say. And then down here, I can click on Expand. And what that's done is it's broken it down into its component parts. You'll see if we look in the layers now, it's actually a group of those objects. Now to get to them, I'm going to ungroup. So in here in acetyl displayed the bottom, I'm going to click on ungroup. And now each of those is a separate entity. So very quickly I can go through here now and get some color. So let me go and get some color here. And I'll just pick a few colors over here I want to use. I'm not going to any particular color order. I'm just picking a few of the colors in here. Once you've got all the colors and I can have a think about it later on and see what I want to do with those colors there. One of those, so let's go to orange. And then I'm going to take those and I'm also going to remove the stroke from them to just leave that interesting shape. Now, I want to regroup them again so I can work with them as once I click on Group in there, it's a group and I can now work with it as one shape. I'm just going to hold down the primary touch, move it in there, and pop it on the pocket of the shirt. And they do have bit of a go with that. Rotating things around, playing with the colors, breaking it apart, to use expand, to break it apart, and do all sorts of weird and wonderful things with that. And they would come on and we'll go on to another part, another t-shirt shortly. 18. Project: Part 4 - Duplicate Your T-Shirt: So have your ready for the next one. If you found that one easy, the next one's going to be very similar, but with a few extra bits involved. And we're going to take this on to a whole new dark level. Not just because we're gonna do adopt leisure, but the subject matter is going to be a skull. Anyway. Have a look at this. What I'm going to do is I'm going to copy this whole art board. The thing is, I don't want the little colorful pattern. I only want the t-shirt and the art board. So I'm going to go up to my layers. I'm going to lock the group with the colorful and patent on it, and I'm going to unlock the t-shirt. Now, having done that, if I zoom out like so, I can go along to my Artboard tool. So these are all presets. I'm going to click underneath the art board on the little plus. And you can see it's made a copy of the output plus anything that wasn't locked on it. So once again, on this art board here, I'm going to use my selection tool. I'm going to select the t-shirt and I'm going to change it, so it's filled with black. And then over here I'm going to lock it down so I can't touch it by mistake. And we'll start working on that very, very shortly. So kinda t-shirt in and we'll then we'll continue on in a minute. 19. Project: Part 5 - Import Skull Artwork: Now we're going to trace over a photograph of a animal skull. And I'd like to do that on a blank art board. So if I go back to the artboard tool again and I've locked everything which is on this art board. And if I click on the classical making art board over here, which doesn't have anything on it. So I can then work on here. And what we're going to do is we're going to go and get a picture. Now, if you don't like my scalp, feel free to find your own. I got this one off of Unsplash. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to go long to my Import, import files. And in the Illustrator course Assets folder, there is a picture of a skull. Now you can zoom out, zoom down to whatever you want it to, the size. It doesn't matter because we'll scale it around later. But what I would like you to do is to lock it. So I'm going to just lock it on here. But when it's locked, that little display at the bottom doesn't appear. So it's unlocked. We can go to the layers and I can unlock it in there. So while you can use that to lock, it's pain to unlock. But I think I'd also like to change the opacity and a fast which changed the past is also in the central controller on the left side day. If I click on that, I can just drag the opacity down. It's one of these little sliders where you can keep dragging until you get to the right. A pasty, I think something like that would work. So I'm happy with that. And I'll just lock that layer so I can draw on top of that. So once again, get your skull in. Yes. That sounds very strange. Bring the skull in and lock it down. Take the opacity down. And then in the next one, we will start drawing this together. 20. Project: Part 6 - Draw Half the Skull: So let's get drawing the skull. I'm going to use the pencil for this, try and draw it. And I'm going to just zoom in. Now. As you probably guessed, what I'm going to do is only draw half the skull and I'm going to mirror it across because it'll be a lot easier that way. And this is a fairly good symmetrical objects, not quite symmetric cope, but we might have to juggle it a bit. So let me get my pencil. I'm going to start off with the thing that's right, the back, which is actually the skull itself rather than the homes. So I'm going to go along and I'm going to find a color, maybe a sort of a brownish yellow color, something along that line. They make a bit more yellow in. It, honestly doesn't matter what color you are choosing, right? I've got something that I like. But I'm going to just flip over to Stroke and get rid of my fill for now. So I can then start drawing. And I'm just going to draw up, hover here around, kinda, kinda follow the outline. A very roughly over here, right way down to the bottom in there. So that's the first part of my skulls, half the skull. And you'll see now if I go over to fill it, That's given me the first half of that skull. So I'm going to deselect that. Now let me go and do the hone. So once again, I'm going to go along and get the pencil, find an appropriate collide. Just going to go with a much darker version of that color, maybe warmed up a little bit with some magenta in there, and then draw the hone in here. Now, that's getting in the way, so I'll move that. So I'm just going to draw it from here roughly around o, now you can see the proper life god's that I can't see where I'm going. Now. That's always something that happens, which is why I usually draw with the stroke or the fill. Now I'd love to say I did that just to show you the problem. I didn't die, I honestly made a mistake. So let me do that again to just roughly round here. You don't have to be too accurate. Them. Okay? Um, and I will flip that over. So that's part of the whole now we need to still put in some details on this as well. But that's a good starting point. Now so that I can see what I'm doing with the details. I'm going to take these two objects that I've got here and just hide them temporarily. So now I can go along once again in my stroke mode and just start putting some details using the pencil tool. Once again, I think I'm going to get darker still. And I'm just going to draw in this bit of the horn here. And then on the skull itself. I think I will try with a lighter, a lighter color. So I'm going to go back to a lighter version of the color, back to my pencil. And I'm just drawing a few shapes as roughly the, I like that. The funny, but it kind of goes down as the day. There's a weird but it goes have you are not being accurate. I'm just roughly scribbling in some some shapes in the evening. A little tooth if we wanted to, down the bottom. Right, Let's have a look at all of those shapes. So you got that one there. And if I show these ones here, you can see we've got the first half of the skull. In fact, if I, if I wanted to, I could even go in with a pencil tool, maybe just draw some little lines on the horns. You should have something like that. Maybe something along that line there. Router gives us a bit of a go draw half the shape. Remember you're tracing, this is not about your own personal drawing skill. So if you can't draw, it doesn't matter. And as you can see for miles, it's not actually that well traced. But because we're going to flip it over and you symmetry, no one's going to be any the wiser and it's going to look really, really good. So get up to the stage, come back and we'll flip it over and see how good it looks. 21. Project: Part 7 - Detail and Mirror Skull: Now, looking at my design here, I'm thinking that it would be really cool if I could just change the color of some of these lines very quickly. And I'm going to do that. I'm going to select using the selection tool, all the lines up here. But I don't want to select the skull itself. So I'm going to hold down my primary touch and click on the skulls and I've just got the line selected. And then it means that I can do in here and I can change them all at the same time. Just have a look and see what works for me. And I'm thinking something maybe just slightly darker than the color that I've got there. Now, with this line here, I want this line to maybe be the same color as the skull itself. So I want the stroke to be the same color as the fill. What I'm going to do is I'm going to click on the stroke. I'm going to go up to the little eyedropper and then move this over to the fill. And that will pick up that color now for my stroke. Okay, so I've got my colors right. Now what I want to do is I want to flip this over using my radial repeat. So I'm going to select it. Have them. And before I do that, I might actually rotated around just a little bit over here until it seems a bit straighter. I'm not sure that it's quite telling a rotated much to be perfectly honest, if at all. We'll see as we go along. So I'm gonna take that, but before I do use the mirror, I'm going to click on the little button right at the bottom, which is the grouping. And I'm going to group it altogether. So now I can just pick it up very quickly and move it as I need. I have mentioned this before, not continue to mention it. I'm going to rotate it. But this time I'm going to zoom out a bit. And when I rotate, you see if I'm right over here, It's very difficult to rotate perfectly around. But if I keep holding and move my cursor right to the top, then I've got a very, very big lever as I can get just the tiniest bit of rotation in there. I'm just going to go through something like that. Okay? Now I'm going to mirror that across. So I'm going to select it. I can just click anywhere because it's grouped together. Go over to my repeat, and I'm going to choose mirror. Maybe I didn't get that quite right when I was rotating it round. But that doesn't matter because at anytime I can still get that shape and I can still rotate it in the mirror will quite happily follow suit. If you need to move things closer together, just uses mirror to pull bits and pieces in or out. Right? There is my my shape. It's pretty much ready to go, maybe a little line along the top to take away from some of that symmetry. So I'll use the pencil tool over here, dark and down the color just a little bit, and maybe just do a little line down there. That's too dark. We'll just a bit like so. And we do have a go and watch that Neera. And then you can move them around. You can move the individual objects within the mirror as well. Try it out. 22. Project: Part 8 - Create More Artboards: So let's put us sculpt onto the t-shirt. I'm going to select it all, just make sure it's all grouped together. If you've put in any more details, just group it again so you don't lose it and we'll move that across. I'm going to scale it down. I'm holding down my primary touch to make sure it's scales perfectly. It's all lined up with the middle. Now, I'm going to get rid of the art board over here on the picture on the art board. So in my layers, I'm going to go down to the image that I've got, and I'm going to unlock it and then delete it. I'm deleting it because I want to keep the file size down on this particular document, so we'll just been that in there. The next thing I want to do is I want to take the t-shirt and the head, the skull ahead and copy that onto my third artboard. And then we're going to do something else, once again using repeats with that skull. So I need to unlock t-shirts that they both unlocked. And I'm going to go along to my primary touch at my secondary touch and just make a copy of that across to there. And once again, I will just lock those two black t-shirts down again. Get up today and then we'll take that last skull and use some repeat on that. 23. Project: Part 9 - Radial Repeat the Skull: So here's my skull on that. The second art board, I'm going to take the size down. So once again holding down my primary, touch them and let's move it into the correct position. And then I'm going to go to repeat. And I'm going to use a radial repeat. And you see this really cool pattern that we get in there. Now once again, I can change the number of repeats in there. And we can go in here and we can angle them around if we need. But don't forget, you can also go to your Properties. And down the bottom, we can change the number of repeats there as well. So I can click in here and adjust how many they are that way as well. And also, if I have got them overlapping, which way or they're overlapping. So if I increase the number here, you can see the horns are kind of going to the left side and I could get them to repeat the other way. I think I'd actually like to reduce the numbers in there. And I'm going to scale this up everywhere. And it's angled them around just a little bit so they're not touching each other. Like so. All right, I think that's pretty much done this design for here. So I've got my three different designs in there, and they are now automatically saved to the Cloud. So if I want to go into Illustrator on the desktop, I can just pick them up off of the cloud in there. 24. Arranging and Precision - Intro: During this next set of lectures, we're going to look at arranging our artwork within Illustrator. And we're going to look at things like layers, working with layers, adding new layers, locking layers, moving things between layers, and also moving your artwork above and below. There's a really interesting way of doing that in Illustrator on the iPad. It's a bit different to the desktop version in some ways. We'll also get onto things like working outlines and doing clipping masks as well. At the end, I got a cool project. And we're going to create a map. And we're going to take or starts off with a very simple basic map. And we're going to end up with something which actually looks really professional. 25. Introducing Layers: Now let's have a look at the layers. What I'm going to do is I'm going to open up my layers panels that we can see what's going on. And by default you have something called layer 1. Now, the thing is when I start to draw artwork in here, it will automatically place that artwork in layer one. So I draw a shape like that. It appears in layer one. Let's do a little rectangle now. George in there. And I'm going to change the color on that so it's easy to see. And you can see now that I can then show and hide the objects inside that layer. Now, if I then want to add a second layer, I can then go to the top, click on the little plus to add a new layer. I can lock the bottom layer. And now I'm working on the second layer there. So I'll just go and find a different shape over here. Let's once again choose a different color for that shape. So the top layer now contains the green star and the bottom layers got the other two shapes in there. We can move the stacking order of layers around. So I could take lead to and drag it underneath layer one, like so. And you can see both objects have now moved to the top. I can also move objects from one layer into another layer. And if I click in here and take, for example, the red ellipse. Now if I drag, click and hold and drag the red ellipse and I drop it just below where it says Layer 1, you see? It says source parent is locked. Okay, Fair enough. We'll just unlock it. Let's try that again. Go to my ellipse, drag it and drop it underneath, lead to and says can't move nonlinear object. Now the reason for that is it's a strange thing. But in Illustrator on the iPad, you have to open the layer. So now if I click on the Ellipse and drag it down, I can drop in either above or below the existing artwork. Lastly, in here, I might want to rename my layers. Now, if you're used to the other software, you will, you just double-click on the layer. It can be a bit frustrating. The way it works is August, this one here is you just drag across slightly over to the left. And then this little editable T button in there, I can go and change the layer. Click. Okay, so it's just click and drag across. You have the editable option in there. You also have a bin so that you can delete the layer and its contents. 26. Layers in Depth: So we've got a reasonably complex piece of artwork here. And if you have a look at the layers, I've got base layer there, I've got a text layer, and then I've got a new item layer for something that I might want to bring in later on. But you can make any layers that you like. But the great thing about working like this with layers means that I can lock and unlock layers. I can also hide the layer if I'm trying to work on something else. And when I'm working on a new area, say for example, I was going to be putting more text in here. I might go along, click on the plus at the top, add my new layer in there up to the right and give it a name. Like so. Just use your layers as like a filing cabinet for your Illustrator artwork. 27. Stacking Slider for Object Order: If we want to change the order of objects, the stacking order of objects. There's a really nice feature in Illustrator on the iPad. If I select the object and have a look at the display that comes up along the bottom third button in allows me to click. And then I can use the little slider to actually change the order by just dragging it left and right and above the other objects. So over there and down again, really, really cool. And it's not something that you see on the desktop version. 28. Grouping and Ungrouping: So if I want to start grouping objects together or ungrouping them, I've got a little group of objects over here. There's two ways to go about it. You can either use the button at the bottom on the little display so I can ungroup things, could see in the layers and groups it. Or I can group them together. The other way to do it is on the right-hand side and go to the Object menu and choose to ungroup war to group sets of objects together. 29. Isolation Mode: So if we've got an object grouped together like this, we can always go in and use isolation mode by double-clicking to get into an individual part of that group. And I can then just go and change the color on that. Just click off to get out of isolation mode. 30. Make Guides: Now, with the guides, over here, there is an on and off switch. And well, we don't seem to have any guidance yet. But there's a really cool way of creating guides. One of the ways that we can do it is go along and make a shape. I've got a shape like that. I can then very quickly go down the bottom here and just say convert that into a guide. And this is now a guide. I'll just lock it and you can just about see that light blue. It's a guide and you can use any shape to make a guide. So I could take an ellipse like that. And once again, go down here and just create or convert that to a guide and lock it. 31. Make Radial Guides: So let's try making a circular guide, not a circle, but actually getting an object to run around in a circular pattern. These are useful for things like doing clocks and dials. So what I'm going to do here is I'm going to use my pencil and I'm going to hold down the primary touch and I'm just going to draw a little line in there. I'm using my select tool to select that line. And then I'm going across to repeat, and I'm going to make a radial guide. Well, it's not a guide yet, it's just a radial shape. But of course in here now, I can then go and increase the number. Now let's house doing a clock. I might have to increase that a bit until I got to the right numbers. There we go, 12 old way round. Now, I can then make this into a guide. But if I go up here you see the converter guide is grayed out. What you have to do is if you've used this radial or a grid, you have to expand it. And once I've done that, I can then convert that to a guide, lock it, and my guide is ready to go. 32. Smart Guides and Grid: Now when you're working in Illustrator on the iPad, we do have some precision options. So if you come across to the right-hand side, there's a little icon of a grid and a ruler. And right at the top in precision, we've got Snapping. Now, if I switch that on, it gives us the ability to snap objects to a grid. And below that, we've also got smart guides. If you haven't used smart guides before, they are really useful. For example, if you're drawing a shape, you don't have to hold down the touch control. You can see exactly when it gets to a perfect square or circle. You can also use it when you're moving objects around. So if I move the object around, I can see when first of all, it lines up with different parts. In my case, it's lining up with the middle of the page. Now underneath that we've got a grid. And if you switch on the grid, you have two types of grid, dotted lines or the straight lines, solid lines. You also have the ability to change the color of the grid and then change the spacing, the size of those grids and how many divisions you get between the grids in there as well. 33. Outline Mode: Now, when you have a complex piece of artwork like this, what you might want to do to be able to select parts of it, is to just see everything as outlines rather than seeing all the color and the gradients, et cetera. So what I can do is I can go to the top right-hand corner and I can choose Outline mode. And this way I can select things and see exactly what's going on on this piece of work. Once again, I just click on preview mode to go back to the final version. If you are illustrated for the desktop user, you might be used to working with command and y to toggle between those two and Command Y will take you into outline mode here as well. 34. Clipping Masks: If I want to mask out part of my image, it's using a clipping mask. It's exactly the same way that you do it on the desktop version. If you hadn't done on the desktop version, is how you shape. Put your shape over the area that you want to mask to. It doesn't matter what color or fill fill stroke is in there. Select everything. Go along to the right-hand side and say Make Clipping Mask. And it will just clip it down to the topmost shape to release it. Select everything in there over here and release the clipping mask. You can use circles, you can use triangles, you can use any shape you like. 35. Create a Map Project Overview: So onto our project. And we're going to draw a map. We're going to start off with a pretty rough drawing and end up with something which looks pretty professional. And we're going to be using a number of different features in there. From multiple layers through two, there is things like clipping masks, as well as the usual drawing tools. Let's go. 36. Project: Part 1 - Understand What You Will Create: So we're going to make a map, not the one that you see in front of you. And that's what we're going to work from. And we're going to be doing, is we are going to be using it to create this. And it's going to be surprisingly easy. You just follow the steps long as I go through step-by-step. 37. Project: Part 2 - Importing the Scribble: So for this map, I'm going to do it for print. I'm going to click on Create New. I'm going to go to my Print option and I'm going to choose a four. But I would like this to be landscape rather than portraits. I'm going to click the landscape option on the right and say Create file. Now what I want to do is I want to bring in the rough that we're going to work from an it is rough, believe me, very rough. I'm going to go to Import and I'm going to go to files. And I'm going to find it in here and you can't miss it. It's in your illustrator cause assets, it's, well, it's rough. So what are we gonna do with this? Well, firstly, we are going to go to our layers and I'm going to lock the layer. So now we've got something locked in position. We can start to draw. What I like to do though before I actually start the artwork is to set up the color scheme that I'm going to be using with it. So bringing the file, pop it in there, lock it so you can't touch it by mistake. If you find that it's too dark, feel free to just unlock it. Go over to your properties Every here and just change the opacity to make it lighter. If it's too offensive, I know it's bad. So let's type of thing that suddenly withdrawn the back of a napkin saved here, do something like this for us. So have a go with this. And then on the next lecture we'll look at doing some color and creating some color for it. 38. Project: Part 3 - Sampling Colours for Swatch: Let's go and get some colors now. And I'm going to do that from a photograph. I'm going to go over to my Import. I'm going to click on Files. And in your Illustrator assets folder, there is a picture of a globe. And I wanted to take some of these colors from here. I think this is just beautiful. The blues, the yellows, the browns all work really nicely together. So how am I going to do that? Well, I'm going to go over to my colors over here, use my eye dropper and find the color that I want to start off with satellite, that blues there. And then I'm going to save it by clicking on the plus on the swatches. So let me do another one. So I've got the blue in there and we'll have a bit of yellow in there. And once again, add that to the swatch. I think some brown down here, maybe it's a medium brown there and that's in and sort of another lighter brown in there. And you can just keep going with the various tones until you get everything you want. Obviously you don't have to use them all. Let's have some of this sort of, of why type of color. Those are all lovely, old, unwieldy colors in there. So now what I'm going to do is I'm going to delete that. That was all we needed for. So find a picture usable life Dr. giving you there or find another picture and just sample some colors of that image. 39. Project: Part 4 - Join Roads: So let's draw the roads in. Now. Surprisingly, it's easier than you think. What I'm going to do is I'm going to choose a stroke in here. And it really doesn't matter about the color yet. And for the fill, I'm going to choose none. Now, you can use your pencil. You can use your pencil tool, whatever works for you. And I need to do my high street. So I'm just going to click here once. And I'm going to click over there. And I'm going to click here and drag to get a curve. That's it. The streets as easy as that to do. Let's de-select that. I'm going to do it again. So over here I'm going to do this red line. So I'll just click once there, click on that. So I'm not even getting them to touch on just putting in lines. That's that's all over here. Same again. It's a one there and one going up to there. And the last one which is going to go from there. And we'll put a bit of a curve on it there and round over here, finish off the rest of it. And if they're not quite right place doesn't message is selected. Pull it out. We would round as you, as you need. You can always change the handles if you wish as well. And that's all that I needed in there with just those very simple lines. Now, the houses and the lake will do separately populations in. And once you've done that, select those lines. And I'm going to go along to my selection tool and select all of those lines like that. And we're going to increase the stroke. So I'm going to click down here. I'm going to increase the stroke weight. And you can see all of a sudden that's looking so much better now. But what I want to do with these is to make them a bit more interesting. So have a go get your rose up today. And then the next one would actually cut line with, with some color as well. 40. Project: Part 5 - Outlining Strokes: So what I'm going to do now is I'm going to select my, my roads. And I'm going to go across on the right-hand side to the object panel. And I'm going to choose to make outlines. I'm going to say Create Stroke outlines and convert them from, from strokes into outline shapes. You can see over here, if I go to my fill, I can then fill them with a color. Let's go and get them to be that sort of yellow color there. Now, I'm also going to go up to my Pathfinder. I'm going to say combine all and converter path. So it makes it one shape. Which means now that when I go back to my stroke, I can put a stroke around the outside. Let's make that stroke a little bit thicker. And we've got these very clean looking lines now. And all you had to do was make them with a simple stroke. Get up today and then we'll go on. We'll do a few more bits and pieces like the houses in the lake. 41. Project: Part 6 - Adding Buildings in New Layer: Now, before I start on the houses, the lake in the text, what I'm going to do is I'm going to close this layer up and I'm going to give it a name. So I'm going to call this layer wrote. And I'm going to lock it so I can't touch it by mistake. Then I'm going to add a new layer. And this one I'm going to call houses or buildings. House. And like I have that, I will do another layer for the text. So I'm on the house and Lake layer at the moment. So I'm going to just make one of the little houses and they're going to be really simple. Because I'm just going to do a little rectangle, roughly the right size. And I will set up the color for this before I go any further. So I think I will have a fairly dark color for that. And well, let's have a lighter stroke around the outside. We don't, in fact, we don't even need a stroke. So let's go to the stroke and just choose none. Now going to rotate this to the correct angles. I'm going to click over here and just rotate. Now you'll notice that drag all the way out. So I've got a really large pivotal area. So I can be fairly accurate. That looks like it's about correct. All right. Let me zoom right in. So here's my first one in there. And then I want a few more down here. So I'll just make a copy and drag the copy, make it smaller. And once again, zooming right into trying to see exactly what I'm doing, making a copy, drag and over, making a copy, dragging it over. And you can see how the smart card is showing me exactly where to go with those. That's about right there. So these sides are exactly the same. I'm going to just make a copy movements the right position, resize it. And make another copy of that livid over here. And make one more copy and resize that and that's going to go on there. If you want to, you can select both of those, go to your pathfinder, combined those shapes into one converter path and you can outline them as well. So the lake, having in the lake, the lake is the pencil. So onto the pencil, I'm just going to choose my fill color. And so that's the blue dry eye light. And I'm going to just draw it in your notes. I'm not worrying about the edges. That's because we're going to fix them later. So I'm just going to draw this little lake in smoothing set quite high on my pencil. So I get an arena smooth edge in there. Right? So some names, I'm going to lock that layer down. I'm going to add a new layer. And in this lay here I'm going to put in some type. So click with the type tool. It's the same principle. Once again, we just add in some type. So this would be high street. And I'm going to change the size size that I wanted to be. I'm going to rotate it to the correct angle in them. And then I'm going to make copies of that. So just pop that right in the middle there. As you'll see later on when we get further into the text stuff in these lectures. And we'll actually be able to put the type on a path so we can get typed covariance on these parts. But we haven't quite got to that stage yet. And I'm going to make a copy of that. I'm going to take that and engage rotate that 90 degrees. I'm holding down my primary touch to rotate that around 90 degrees. It's not quite there, Is it? That line must spin off a little bit. I thought I'd done at 90 degrees, but opps I hadn't. And I think for this one here, let's select that. And I think this was red line. That'll do. And one more to go copy that. Let's undo that. Again. I'll just under the bit too much now, then tried to redo her wind or at Hobby around. And so this red line. And I'm going to move down here, copy it. So I've clicked on a day to a copy, move then up to their angular round little bit as well. And this one, I can't remember what it was called, to be honest. So I could hide some of these layers here to see exactly what it was. But unfortunately, the object is still in atlas or might even have to open it up and then hide the roads to try and see it. We need to unlock that over there. And then he gets 20 seconds, drive. So lock it again. Back to my text. And I seem to have lost my 20-second. Here we go. I think with these bits of text over here, they should be on this layer up here. And if you're not sure, just hide these other layers to see what's on that layer. So because the other layers are locked, I can select all those very quickly and I'm going to change the color of my text to a ready light. Pale white for what? White matter. And I think that'll, that'll do I need a background. Now the background needs to go on the roads layer, so I'm going to have to unlock it. They make sure I'm on that layer. And then draw in the background there and move it below the roads. And I'm also going to change the color of that so it's a little bit easier to see and it doesn't need a stroke. But it's looking quite good at the moment. Let me stop there before I go into the final stages. So have a go with those, make some more layers. Some rough houses, put in some text. Stuff that we've done. It's fairly straightforward. Once you know how 42. Project: Part 7 - Clean Up With Clipping Mask: So we're nearly there. We need to clean this up. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to unlock all of my layers and go to my top layer. It's so important to unlock those layers for what we're about to do. Because if you don't, they won't be masked. So I'm going to create a clipping mask. So over here I'm going to get a rectangle and I'm going to just draw the mask shaping that I want. It's going to go over there. So it's not quite right position. I want to move that in a little bit like that. So I want to clip to that area. Now, I select everything and that selects everything doesn't matter what layer there on they all get selected. And then I can go over to the right-hand side to the object panel. And I can just say Make Clipping Mask. And there it is. Now the one thing that hasn't been applied to the clipping mask is my background drawing because it was locked. So that's great because I can now unlock it. And honestly, it was horrible side written needed at all. I can ingest deleted. I'm just going to leave it like so. And now we've got this really clean, fairly good-looking, simple map. I can always move it around. Select the whole thing livid about. Maybe we'll have a bit of text down here. So I'll use my type to just draw a little text box. And we can then pop in some text about the area, work out the details on the map, right? Try that some last, last bit, which is your capital loss. But don't forget to unlock everything that you want to go into that clipping mask. 43. Course Conclusion for Illustrator on the iPad: Well, we've come to the end of this Illustrator on the iPad intermediate course. I hope you've really enjoyed it. Remember to share your work with me in the class. I love seeing what you've created. Now that you've got a good working knowledge of the software, look at my illustrator for the iPad advanced course to get to next level. There are some professional projects in there as well. See you in the next module.