Adobe Illustrator

April 22, 2010 § Leave a comment

The more I learn about Adobe Illustrator, the more I love it.  Although my actual Adobe Illustrator skills leave much to be desired, I have become quite good at perusing the Internet for free vector graphics.  One thing I love about the design community is that most people are very free about sharing work.  I see this a lot in the computer programming world as well.

The great thing about the Internet is that if you have the determination to learn, the resources are all there for you.  Of course there are some things you just have to learn by experience but there will most likely be enough information on any topic for you to be able to grasp the basics.

On that note, if any of you are inspired to start learning how to use Illustrator, or any of the other Adobe programs for that matter, check out http://tv.adobe.com/.

And for those of you who are already using Adobe programs, check out the preview for the new Photoshop CS5!!  http://tv.adobe.com/watch/photoshop-cs5-feature-tour/whats-new-for-designers/

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