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Illustrator Tutorials — Tips and Tricks

Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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Today we’ll talk about how using InkScribe allows you to work faster, smarter, more accurately — in other words, more efficiently. As it was already discussed in Part 1 of this series, we can easily choose the type of segment to be created; curved (Bezier) or straight. But now I should say that working with straight segments in InkScribe has one unique feature — Ghost Handles
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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Today we will learn a new drawing tool for Adobe Illustrator called the Dynamic Sketch Tool — one of the tools of the new DrawScribe plugin. The Dynamic Sketch Tool has many convenient features that makes your daily creative work much easier. Mastering the new tool should not take you much time as it’s easy to manage and its user-friendly features are quite understandable.
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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I think it’s time to introduce a new tool that is able to work more flexibly and quickly. Today we begin a series of articles that will introduce you to new tools of the DrawScribe plugin and their functions.
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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In this part we will consider tricks connected with selection, scaling and alignment of objects. You will know how to cut the objects in a straight line with the Knife Tool and how to distort the text and leave it editable. Personally, I found a lot of new and useful information in these articles. Learn more at the jump!
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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We begin by introducing our replacement for the Pen tool. InkScribe has been developed to answer many of the issues which have hindered the vector creation process over the past 25 years. inkScribe is a combination of powerful functionality, ease of use and perfect integration into Illustrator — and any user’s creative workflow.
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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This and subsequent articles will include effective techniques that are used by professionals in their daily work, and with what you can save a lot of working time. Tips will be useful for beginners as well as for those who have been using Adobe Illustrator a while. If it takes you a while to do something, then you are doing it wrong.As you read these tips, go to Adobe Illustrator and do all the described steps there. So you will quickly understand and memorize them.
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — almost 6 years ago
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I have been working on the WCB Design Agency website to be launched on 31st of January,2012.I have just received the logo file from the designer. They are using millimeters but I want pixels. I wanna show you quick and easy way to change units of measurement within a document in Adobe Illustrator.
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — almost 7 years ago
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Scriptographer is a plugin for Adobe Illustrator which makes it possible to expand the functions of this vector editor. Some scripts may initially appear to be toy-like, but I recommend taking a closer look at them as they might help you to create your own unique style. Let’s take a look at, in my opinion, the most interesting and useful ones.
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — about 6 years ago
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If you want to add multiple images at the same time in to your design, Adobe InDesign CS5 makes it easy. You just need to know how to place them. In this tutorial I am going to show you in few simple steps.
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — about 6 years ago
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Today’s article is devoted to the Dynamic Corners Tool using keyboard shortcuts guide. This information, along with the instructional product movies, will help you create vector artwork using the keyboard like on a piano…
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