Illustrator

Free Adobe Illustrator Tutorials

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In this tutorial, Jeff will be taking a look at creating custom Pattern Brush Borders in Illustrator CC. He will also be discussing the amazingly useful Pattern Brush Libraries that come with the application.

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I don't know how many times I've heard "It's Impossible to Do that in Illustrator" from long-time users and novices alike. In this tutorial, I will be taking a look at using Graphic Styles to help solve some of these impossible problems in seconds, beginning with how to add a gradient fill to editable type.

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In this Adobe Illustrator Quick Tips tutorial, Jeff Witchel details improvements to the Pencil and Pen tools, and demonstrates the power and flexibility of the new Curvature tool.

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For this installment of Adobe Illustrator Quick Tips, Jeff Witchel explains how to use libraries and the Libraries panel to collect assets of projects (logos, artwork, etc.) and organize, manage, and access these assets from anywhere you can sign into the Creative Cloud.

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The workflow from Illustrator to Edge Animate and Reflow just got much, much simpler. Before the new CC update, users had to export a .SVG file from Illustrator which could be confusing based on the setting options. Now, all they have to do is copy the drawing from Illustrator to the clipboard, and paste it into Animate and Reflow. The new updates have made this really simple.

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In this tutorial, I will go through the process of uploading art to Behance directly from Adobe Illustrator and will also explore the ins and outs of this terrific portfolio website.

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In this tutorial, I will review how the Pen tool works and explore the new Preview feature. How does it work and how do you turn it off if you don't want to use it.

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The Perspective Grid, which has been around for a while, has been improved dramatically in the latest release of Illustrator CC. So much so, it gets my vote for most improved feature in Illustrator. Why do I like it so much? The objects that are drawn on a perspective grid and the grid itself are now connected. So if you need to change the perspective of your completed drawing, you just change the grid and the whole drawing updates to your new perspective.