by Terry Hemphill

Created

December 9, 2013

How To Get Started With Adobe Illustrator CC —10 Things Beginners Want To Know

Terry White head shotBrand new to Illustrator? Maybe you’re not brand new but still want to know how to best setup your document and artboards, work with colors, shapes and brushes, and how to do these fundamentals the right way.

Then you need to join Terry White, Adobe worldwide design evangelist, and tap into Terry’s deep knowledge of Adobe professional design products in his podcast on How to Get Started with Adobe Illustrator CC — 10 Things Beginners Want To Know How To Do.

And more experienced Illustrator users may just discover new tricks, too, as Terry covers the latest tools and approaches that just may help you break out of long-term habits and work more efficiently.

Comments

  • By René Kleinveld - 12:50 AM on December 16, 2013  

    Hi Terry, could you help me? I work with Adobe Illustrator CC (could not use the CS2 anymore), i make very simple line drawings, save it as a PDF and then export it as an DXF file, because the steelcompany that cuts my drawings in steel need this kind of file (or a DWG). If i open the exported file, the line thickness is not the same as in my PDF, and the lines on the outside of my drawing are much thicker than the inside lines, how can i solve this problem?
    I have an exhibition in januari and need to cut some new drawings in steel.
    Kind regards,

    René Kleinveld

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