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Adobe Illustrator CS2 How-Tos

by David Karlins, Bruce K. Hopkins

At last... an excellent Illustrator "tips" book! How come they didn't come out with this sooner?

100 Essential Techniques - Illustrator CS2 How-Tos is a highly focused survey of the one-hundred most essential things anyone needs to know to use Illustrator CS2.

If you are new to Illustrator, you will find clear, basic, easy-to-understand explanations of the techniques, tools, and tricks they need to quickly become productive with Illustrator. Experienced users will find a handy reference with insights, tips, and shortcuts that will help even experts be more productive. It's written specifically for CS2, and integrates the important new features of Illustrator CS2, including Live Paint, Live Trace, new Type format features, and helpful new interface innovations.

Written by veteran illustrators David Karlins and Bruce K. Hopkins, Illustrator CS2 How Tos breaks down confusing concepts and clearly explains and illustrates how to master the challenges of drawing and editing vector paths. David Karlins teaches Illustrator at San Francisco State University Multimedia Studies Program, and Bruck K. Hopkins has been a professional illustrator for a decade, creating everything from fine art to technical drawings.

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FOR THE PROS: This book coupled with Real World Adobe Illustrator CS2 provides a well-rounded, in-depth arsenal of Illustrator techniques and skills. You'll quickly move to the top of the class!

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Paperback: 280 pages; Publisher: Adobe Press (November 11, 2005); Language: English; List Price: $19.99 - buy now: Price: $13.59 and You Save: $6.40 (32%)

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