Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media | ISBN: 0072230924 | edition 2004 | CHM | 377 pages | 30,2 mb
This handy resource teaches you how to generate professional graphics for multiple media, including print and Web. Master Illustrator's defining feature: creating and editing drawings by defining anchor points and the paths between them. Plus, the book features an art gallery displaying professional work to help illustrate the lessons and inspire you.
Create illustrations, maps, logos, CD covers, animation objects, fine art, and more with help from this full-color guide. Illustrator expert David Karlins' clear, step-by-step instruction will help you quickly grasp--and easily master--the fundamental and advanced features of this vector graphics tool. You'll also learn the techniques professional artists apply to their work in a special &"Behind the Scenes&" section. Whether your goal is to create graphics for professional or personal use, you'll find what you need in How to Do Everything with Illustrator CS.