Adobe Illustrator In 3 Minutes Beginner's Calligraphy Tutorial
Learn the basics of Adobe Illustrator and how to use the most common tools and functions to create vector art! This is not your typical tutorial, this is a very quick video showing as many of the basics as possible.
Start by mastering the Illustrator basics, and then learn to create effects, patterns, and more. This free Adobe Illustrator course is aimed at helping beginners learn how to use Adobe Illustrator easily and quickly. By the end, you’ll know how to draw in Adobe Illustrator, how to make a pattern in Illustrator, and much more.
TOOLS DISCUSSED AND USED IN THE VIDEO
1. Selection Tool
2. Rounded Rectangle Tool
3. Ellipse Tool
4. Type Tool
USE OF Selection Tool –
It is used to select entire object or groups. This tool activates all anchor points in an object or group at the same time, allowing you to move an object without changing its shape.
USE OF Rounded Rectangle Tool –
The Rounded Rectangle Tool draws squares and rectangle with rounded corners. Here it is used to make the body of the bucket (U)
USE OF Ellipse Tool –
The Ellipse Tool can draw perfect circles when you press and hold the SHIFT key as you draw, or it can draw an ellipse without a modifier key. Here it is used to make the top and the handle of the bucket (U)
USE OF Type Tool –
Type is an essential part of illustrator; whether you’re desktop publishing, designing logos or using type for image building, you’ll be reaching for the Type Tool. Here it is used to write b(U)cket
USE OF Shape Builder Tool –
It allows us to combine multiple shapes in various. You can merge shapes as well as subract one shape from another. Here it is used to make the b(U)cket by removing the extra parts.
FONT USED : Berlin Sans FB Demi Bold
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