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study room

What this be?

Self Portrait as a student, with hair and all. 1991

You know who you are. :-)

for students only

About This screencast

This is the first series of screencasts prepared for students who are not too familiar with the use of Adobe Illustrator for design. It is useful to know how to perform simple functions like combining two shapes into one, especially for monograms and logos; placing text with shapes; using text on a path in an illustration, and so on.

If you are a professional designer, this is definitely a waste of time for you to sit through, so move along now.

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adobe video workshop [learning videos and resources]

Why re-invent the wheel? Adobe has already done all the grind work of sourcing and providing how-to videos, by professionals who are knowledgeable in using their various software--Dreamweaver, Flash, Illustrator, InDesign, Lightroom, Photoshop--everything. Follow the links below to watch, learn, and do the exercises with the resources provided. What's more? It is all free! Aaww... come on now, don't thank me. Just click the link already.



Adobe sites require flash.