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Effective Methods of Working in Adobe Illustrator (Part 5)
  Today we will talk about work with guides. After finishing today’s lesson we will know how to create guides, how to hide and snap an object to them and how to apply to create the prospective and so on. Learn at the jump!
posted by: Natalie Ulrich, in Illustrator Tips / Basix, on 2012 Mar 28 Read More
Effective Methods of Working in Adobe Illustrator (Part 4)
Natalie Ulrich shares some very interesting tricks with us. In today’s article we will talk about the Layers panel. I always knew that this is a powerful tool of Adobe Illustrator, but I had no idea about some of the functions and how to work with them. Do you know how to speed up your work with Adobe Illustrator for displaying objects with effects and blend objects while they move or zoom? Learn at the jump
posted by: Natalie Ulrich, in Illustrator Tips / Basix, on 2012 Mar 20 Read More
Effective Methods of Working in Adobe Illustrator (Part 3)
Today Natalie Ulrich will share some very interesting tricks with us. In this article we will talk about the work with color, gradient fills and about peculiarities of work with the Eyedropper Tool. Also we will learn a bit more about the alignment of the objects with the stroke. Personally I found a lot of new and useful information in this article. Learn more at the jump!
posted by: Natalie Ulrich, in Illustrator Tips / Basix, on 2012 Mar 11 Read More
Effective Methods of Working in Adobe Illustrator (Part 2)
In this part we will consider interesting tricks connected with selection, scaling and alignment of objects. You will know how to cut the objects in a straight line with the Knife Tool and how to distort the text and leave it editable. Personally, I found a lot of new and useful information in these articles. Learn more at the jump!
posted by: Natalie Ulrich, in Illustrator Tips / Basix, on 2012 Mar 05 Read More
Effective Methods of Working in Adobe Illustrator (Part 1)
Today Natalie Ulrich will share with us some very interesting tricks. Personally, I found a lot of new and useful information in her articles. This and subsequent articles will include effective techniques that are used by professionals in their daily work, and with what you can save a lot of working time. Tips will be useful for beginners as well as for those who have been using Adobe Illustrator a while.  If it takes you a while to do something, then you are doing it wrong. As you read these tips, go to Adobe Illustrator and do all the described steps there. So you will quickly understand and memorize them.
posted by: Natalie Ulrich, in Illustrator Tips / Basix, on 2012 Feb 24 Read More
How to Speed Up the Workflow with the Help of Shortcuts in Adobe Illustrator
Using shortcuts in Adobe Illustrator greatly accelerates the process of creating an artwork. Using them, you can quickly select a specific tool, the action or effect. You can find the list of default shortcuts Adobe Illustrator that are being used later in this article.
posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Illustrator Tips / Basix, on 2012 Jan 19 Read More
Shortcuts for VectorScribe (Dynamic Measure Tool and Protractor)

Today’s article is devoted to the Dynamic Measure Tool and Protractor Tool using keyboard shortcuts guide. This information, along with theinstructional product movies, will help you create vector artwork using the keyboard like on a piano…

posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Illustrator Tips / Basix, on 2011 Nov 08 Read More
How to Crop Raster Image in Adobe Illustrator
We often use raster images in Adobe Illustrator, for example, for the Live Trace, Mosaic Effect, Halftone Effect, or simply as a reference image. This technique allows us to crop raster images directly in Adobe Illustrator without using Photoshop or any other raster editor. This technique was developed by my friend Igor Tchernitsyn.
posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Illustrator Tutorials / Web Design, on 2011 Oct 28 Read More
Creating a Color Group in the Illustrator Swatches Panel Based on an Image
Vector artists often use raster images in their works as a reference. To create a color palette based on a raster image is always a laborious process; it is necessary to use the Eyedropper Tool and rely on your "sense of color” in order to feel whether that was the right pixel that you got with this tool. In this Adobe Illustrator tutorial, I’m suggesting a method that will make this job automatic. Let’s get started!
posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Illustrator Tips / Basix, on 2011 Oct 05 Read More
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