Duration: 1hr 14m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 2ch | 891 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
The vector artwork of Adobe Illustrator is easier to use than raster, but sometimes you want to liven up your work with a bit of texture. Get the best of both.
In this class, we'll explore ways to use Illustrator and Photoshop in tandem, using tools from custom brushes to Smart Objects. You'll still retain your original vector art in case you need to make changes (your textures won't actually be integrated into the artwork). With masks and adjustments layers, you'll never worry about making a change you can't undo! It's a world of new possibility.
What You'll Learn
*Concepting. Brainstorm and sketch out your ideas.
*Creating vector artwork. Trace your sketches in Illustrator while carefully considering line and shape.
*Custom brushes. Create custom art brushes in Illustrator and apply them to your vector artwork.
*Textures. Create, scan, and manipulate various textures in Photoshop.
*Moving to Photoshop. Consider the best way to move your vector art into Photoshop-as a whole or piecemeal-and start applying your custom textures.
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