Exploring Adobe Illustrator

The industry standard for graphic designers around the world, Illustrator remains one of the most versatile, flexible, and easy-to-use graphics rendering programs out there. In this three-hour introductory class, you'll see how Illustrator works with shapes, color, gradation, and other graphic elements to create logos, backgrounds, and textures as well as learn how to turn fonts into graphic shapes. You will have an opportunity to recreate a basic logo from an imported scan and learn all the basic tips required to make almost anything you can imagine on this fun to use program. If you are interested in pushing your graphic skills or want to see what the program can offer you, this is a great way to get started! Jeff Danelek has over 30 years in the graphics industry and has spent literally thousands of hours working in Illustrator creating all manner of branding, logos, and design elements for a diverse clientele. Besides teaching various classes at CFU and throughout the front range, he maintains a small design studio out of his home as well as writes novels in his spare time.
Previous knowledge or experience: Understanding of the basics of Windows

Dates:September 28, 2019 Check for other dates
Meets:One Sat., 9AM-12N 09/28
Location:CFU LOWRY: Near 1st & Quebec
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