Using the Rotation Tool in Adobe Illustrator

In this video, AJ Wood shares a quick tip on how to use the Rotation Tool in Illustrator to change the pivot point of your objects.

Bundling a Package in Adobe Illustrator CS6

AJ Wood shows you how to use the Package function in Illustrator to bundle all of your project assets into one convenient location.

Using Illustrator Gradients in Adobe InDesign

Learn how to bring in any custom Adobe Illustrator swatches and gradients for use in InDesign.

Solving the Interlocking Rings Dilemma in Adobe Illustrator

In this tutorial, Jeff Witchel demonstrates multiple solutions to the age-old problem of interlocking rings and layer order.

Finding Metallic CMYK Colors in Adobe Illustrator

Simulate metallic colors in Illustrator by creating color swatches from metal gradients in Illustrators library.

Swirly Strokes in Adobe Illustrator CS6

Use Illustrator’s width tool to create stroke designs that can be duplicated and combined to create a variety of beautiful patterns. Follow along with the video and learn how.

Puzzle Piece Design with Illustrator and Photoshop

Create a puzzle piece outline for your images using the shape builder tool in Illustrator. Then bring the puzzle pieces path from Illustrator and lay it over an image in Photoshop, add some layer styles, and watch this effect come to life.

Creating Neon Text in Illustrator CS6

Jeff Witchel uses the Gradients on Strokes feature in Illustrator CS6 to design neon text. Follow along and find out how.

Creating Patterns in Illustrator CS6

Illustrator CS6 has added some amazing new functionality when it comes to designing repeating patterns. Jeff Witchel explores these new menu functions in this video. Follow along as he creates a new pattern swatch and teaches viewers about all of the menu options during the process.

Illustrator Symbols, Part 3

In this third video on working with Symbols in Adobe Illustrator CS5, AJ Wood shows how to move those Illustrator symbols into Photoshop and Flash.

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