Mom-Preneurs creating a logo with Illustrator (Adobe Creative Cloud)
Take a deep dive into Adobe Illustrator creating your own logo gaining skills learning step-by-step about text, symbols, vector, eps files, line arts and more…
Have fun through logo learning process in this live instruction classes series!. Giving an introduction to the design industry’s cornerstone illustrating program Adobe Illustrator.
4 Classes/ Once a Week/ 1 Hour each Class/ Mon, Tues or Wed ( Thu & Fri are Full)
10am PST – California
11am MST – Denver
12pm CST – Texas
1pm EST – Florida
Taking a deep dive into Adobe Illustrator. A program designed for you to learn media design in the most effective/creative way, where you will develop skills as graphic artist and be able to learn at your own pace creating your logo. Learning about raster files, vector art, shapes, lines, color pallets, pathfinder shapes, pen tool, type tools, layers, styles, effects and others…
Understand the new visual messaging era exploring illustrations, typography, print design, social media design, product packaging, logos, and more. Our goal is help moms to stand out from and for their business learning in a practical way creating a today’s world logo design.
1) Notebook to draw sketches and take notes.
2) Computer with subscription to Adobe Illustrator.
3) Optional – iPad with Apple pencil loaded with Adobe Illustrator CC.
4) Zoom to go Virtual.
Download Illustrator for Students. Laptop or computer with Adobe Illustrator CC required. iPad with Apple pencil optional.
This class requires a laptop or computer loaded with Adobe Illustrator CC. Either PC or Mac computers are fine. The instructor will be teaching from a PC.
Adobe Illustrator CC is part of the Adobe Creative Cloud and monthly memberships can be purchased.
Optional – student can have an iPad and Apple Pencil, also loaded with Adobe Illustrator, to learn the functionality available on an iPad. One Creative Cloud membership allows you to install Adobe Illustrator on both your computer and iPad.
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The World of Digital Illustration
Explore the world of digital illustration and learn the many things that can be created through Adobe Illustrator.
Gain an understanding of digital art fundamentals including the difference between raster and vector art, and when to use each.
Begin your journey into the illustrating world by creating documents and learning the various options available based on the finished product you wish to output.
Get the tour of the Illustrator workspace including tool bars, art boards, view options, properties, layers, and libraries.
Start using the basic tools of Adobe Illustrator by creating shapes and lines, and learning the many options available to begin illustrating.
Add vibrancy to illustrations instantly by learning the possibilities available through color, gradients, and color guides.
Take your shapes to the next level by using the various options available through pathfinder shapes. Learn how to compound shapes and paths combining vector objects to create shapes in a variety of ways in Illustrator. The resulting paths or shapes differ depending on the method you use to combine the objects. Pathfinder effects let you combine multiple objects using interaction modes. Compound shapes let you combine multiple objects and specify how you want each object to interact with the other objects. Compound paths let you use an object to cut a hole in another object.
The Pen tool, found in the Toolbar, is one of the most powerful drawing tools in Illustrator. With it, you can create and edit anchor points and paths. Set stroke and fill before drawing. Learn the important pen tool to create custom shapes and lines using points, curves, and anchors.
Discover the world of type and the many ways Illustrator uses words to create impact through the type tool, character, paragraphs, turning letters to outlines, and more.
Finish the design process through saving and exporting art to the appropriate file types and specifications required.