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What You’ll Be Creating Adobe has made some exciting new changes to the way InDesign manages color. Let’s review what you need to know about the newly renamed Adobe Color CC (formerly Adobe Kuler), and how it can improve your designs and the efficiency of your workflow in InDesign. 1. Using Adobe Color CC to Create Color Themes A really fantastic feature of CC is the integration of the InDesign software with the online Adobe Color platform, which you can use to create your own color palettes (Color Themes) with enhanced creativity and ease. You can create themes in the desktop or mobile app, or create themes in Illustrator or Photoshop.
What You’ll Be Creating If you regularly use both Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, Creative Cloud Libraries offer a way to keep all of your frequently-used assets in one place. Creative Cloud Libraries can also be used with Adobe’s mobile apps, like Shape, Brush, and Draw.
Professional Logo Design – Adobe Illustrator cs6 (Tropical) Here is another new Logo Design Tutorial. To design this Logo, we have begin from a basic square. then we divided it into 9 smaller…
Professional Logo Design – Adobe Illustrator cs6 (Crease) Here is another logo Designing tutorial. In this the hexagon has been folded from the top, and the …
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Professional Logo Design – Adobe Illustrator cs6 (Crease)
Professional Graphic Design Tutorial In Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop Download The Tutorial File Here http://graphicdesignertips.com/video-tutorials/layout-d…
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Adobe Illustrator CC 2014 Tutorial – Professional Graphic Design
Professional Logo Design – Adobe Illustrator cs6 (Oral) Here is another Logo design tutorial. In this video we have two alphabet, attached together like a ch…
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Professional Logo Design – Adobe Illustrator cs6 (Oral)
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use Adobe Illustrator and Wacom Intuos Pro tablet to design and illustrate a poster for a folk music and poetry show. I’ll take you through a couple of interesting and useful techniques; including setting up swatch groups, setting up pressure sensitive brushes that take advantage of the tablet’s capabilities, stretching letterforms, and using Adobe Illustrator’s effects to roughen and grunge up your poster. 1. Sketches I like to sketch out a few rough thumbnails of ideas and different layouts until I find something that will work well. I have a Wacom Intuos Pro tablet (size medium) that I use to sketch directly into Illustrator. By using a tablet, you avoid the need to scan in a traditional sketch, and can take full advantage of the power of Illustrator’s different brush sizes and pressure sensitivity. It’s a huge time saver for me. 2. Preparing Your Document Create a new document ( File > New ), and choose A3 as the document size. Make sure the colour mode is set to CMYK under the Advanced section. Since we’ll be adding a coloured background, and we want colour printed right up to the edges of the poster, it’s important that our document has bleed. Give your document a bleed of 5mm (or 1/8 of an inch , the usual standard in the USA) in all directions. Create your new document with the settings shown above. It’s not absolutely necessary, but it will be easier to follow along with this tutorial if you set your Workspace to Painting with Window > Workspace > Painting . Window > Workspace > Painting Setting up the Sketch Layer Open up your sketch document, and…
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How to Design a Folky Gig Poster in Adobe Illustrator
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial, I’ll show you a potential process for approaching a simple illustrative logo design project. We’ll go through the steps you can take to develop ideas, refine your logo work, and experiment with different looks for a logo. I’ll give you a few tips along the way about some techniques you can take advantage of in Adobe Illustrator with a Wacom tablet, creating great hand-drawn looking illustrations with pressure sensitive brushes. 1. Sketching Sketching out a bunch of rough concepts lets you hash out a variety of ideas for a logo, and explore a few visual directions. A lot of designers will grab a notebook and draw ideas by hand, but a fantastic way to enhance the speed of your work is to sketch directly into Adobe Illustrator with a tablet. Your sketches will be vector-ready, you can drop them right into your final document as a reference, and, with lots of pressure sensitivity, there’s no detail lost. Set Up Your Sketching Document I recommend starting out with an A4 size artboard in Adobe Illustrator, so that you…
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How to Design a Weathered Illustrative Logo Set in Adobe Illustrator
Professional Logo Design – Adobe Illustrator cs6 (known) Here is another logo Designing tutorial, the first thing we did here is , dividing the the design in…
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Learn how to create a quick simple Christmas Card with Adobe Illustrator.