Special Edition Using Adobe Illustrator 10

Prentice Hall PTR, 2002 - 764 pagina's
While the coverage of Illustrator is complete, Special Edition Using Illustrator X is most suited for the graphics professional who has at least some working knowledge of the software. In the course of covering Illustrator, Peter Bauer draws special attention to new features including: full Mac OS X coverage; new drawing capabilities including grids, lines, arcs, compound-shape enhancements, and Flare tool; enhanced Web features including symbols, slicing, dynamic data-driven graphics, enhanced Flash and SVG support; improved effects including warping and envelope distortion, and Liquify tools.

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Special edition using Adobe Illustrator 10

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Peter Bauer is best known as the Help Desk Director for the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), but he's also the author of a half-dozen books on Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, the host of the video-training titles "Photoshop CS2 FAQs" and "Photoshop Filters" at Lynda.com, a contributing writer for "Photoshop User" and "Layers" magazines, a featured columnist for PlanetPhotoshop.com, and a software documentation writer for a variety of Photoshop- and Illustrator-related products. An Adobe Certified Expert, he also appears regularly as a member of the Photoshop World Instructor Dream Team. A Photoshop Hall of Fame nominee, in 2005, Pete was presented the Pioneer Award by NAPP, only the second person so honored. As NAPP Help Desk Director, Pete personally answers tens of thousands of e-mail questions annually about Photoshop and computer graphics. He has contributed to and assisted on such projects as feature film special effects, major book and magazine publications, award-winning Web sites, and fine art exhibitions. He has taught computer graphics at the university level and serves as a computer graphics efficiency consultant for a select corporate clientele. Pete and his wife, Professor Mary Ellen O'Connell of the University of Notre Dame Law School, live in South Bend, Indiana. Despite being considered a world-class technogeek, Pete still plays organized ice hockey.

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