In this blog post, we are talking about my favorite tool in all of the Adobe products: The shape builder tool. Let’s check it out, and you’ll see why.
If you are going to be using Illustrator, the shape tools are fundamental to your success. Here are some tips about them to help you succeed.
Layers are the best way to organize your projects in Illustrator. There are also some hidden benefits to using the layers panel. Join me as I go over the basics of using layers.
In this post, I’m going to address the basics of using the selection tool (black arrow) and the direct selection tool (white arrow) in Adobe Illustrator.
Have you ever seen clip art or other things online and thought, “I wish I could do that?” You have access to Adobe Illustrator, but you can’t do anything with it? I’m here to help you.
I feel like I’ve made something magical. Check out this side project I’ve done.
I’m part of the creative team for the iTalk group on Brigham Young University-Idaho. The group has three major events. One is a symposium called WeTalk, a debate-style event called TheyTalk, and a Ted-Style event called iTalk.
For the TheyTalk event coming up, the topic was about whether the Boy Scouts of America should allow girls into their programs. My creative team was assigned to make a poster for the event.