Learn how to use the leading design software from scratch to create a great variety of vector designs.
Delve into graphic design and explore Adobe Illustrator’s full potential with this 6-course Domestika Basics. Learn to design high-quality vector graphics for branding, typography, web design, or any other digital project where eye-catching graphics are a must.
Adobe Illustrator is the most important tool in award-winning designer Tina Touli’s daily workflow, especially when it comes to creating designs for print and digital campaigns by Adobe, Dell, Tate, Converse, Kappa, and more.
Tina begins this Basics course by introducing you to the software’s interface and showing you how to set up your first document. She then shows you how to draw your first shapes and graphics with the program’s fundamental tools.
Discover how to expertly add color to your work in the second course. Learn the ins and outs of the tools, create a pattern design using your new skills, and see how to adapt a design to a product.
Get started with digital drawing in the third course, practicing Tina’s tricks for creating artwork with a handmade look and feel. Experiment with different effects and textures to explore the software’s illustration functions. Finish the course by learning how to convert your artwork into vector graphics.
In the fourth course, it’s time to get into typography, one of the most common uses for Illustrator. See how to select the ideal typeface, adapt it to a design, and use the effects offered in the software.
Tina’s vector design work stands out for its contemporary 3D feel. In the fifth course, she shows you how to create your own 3D look, diving into the three-dimensional tools of the software. Using her techniques, discover how to apply a contemporary edge to your design work.
Tina offers you a guide to saving and exporting your work for both digital and print. including how to send it to future clients. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to create professional vector designs in a wide variety of digital and print formats.