Archive for February, 2014

February 18, 2014

Top 5 Adobe Illustrator Tutorials on Tuts+ in January 2014

Vector on Tuts+

Welcome to this month’s catch up showcase of our favorite Adobe Illustrator tutorials available on Tuts+. We publish tutorials on techniques and effects to make awesome vector graphics in Illustrator. My name is Sharon Milne, the Vector and Drawing Editor on Tuts+ and it is my pleasure to share with the Illustrator community five of our most interesting and popular tutorials published during January 2014.

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February 12, 2014

Custom Tools panels in Illustrator CC

Have you ever wanted just the tools you need for a specific task right at hand in Illustrator?

The new Custom Tools panel feature in Illustrator CC lets you do just that, whether it’s tools for drawing and editing paths, working with type, or just having your everyday tools a convenient click away:  no digging into hidden tools required.

You can add, delete and rearrange the tools in your custom panel with simple drag and drop actions, and they can be saved with workspaces, too.

Custom Tools panel in Illustrator CC

“Concert Undersea,” by Shadow Chen http://www.behance.net/saltyshadow

Check out this short video by Rufus Deuchler to see Custom Tools panels in action:

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February 4, 2014

New on Inspire Magazine: Adobe Illustrator for web designers

The latest edition of Adobe Inspire Magazine has a great article on using Illustrator for web design.

Michael Chaize, senior Creative Cloud evangelist

Michael Chaize, senior Creative Cloud evangelist

Michael Chaize, senior Creative Cloud Evangelist, gives you a deep dive into using Illustrator for the web, from creating pixel-perfect graphics, to working with smart Symbols, to extracting CSS properties directly from Illustrator.

The latest features of Illustrator CC are covered as well, such as saving responsive SVG files, and Michael shares some fun tips too, such as playing with color in Kuler and Recolor Artwork.

Be sure to check  out this and other stories in this month’s Inspire, either on the web, or get the enhanced, interactive version of Adobe Inspire Magazine for Apple iPad and Windows 8.1 devices.

 

CSS Extraction in Illustrator CC

CSS Extraction in Illustrator CC

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