Fashion Designer's Handbook for Adobe Illustrator / Edition 1by Marianne Centner, Frances Vereker
Pub. Date: 10/28/2007
This book provides easy to understand, step-by-step instructions and diagrams showing how to use Adobe Illustrator to create flat drawings, working drawings and storyboards for the fashion industry. Hand drawings are no longer good enough for an industry which demands increased productivity, profitability and accuracy. Adobe Illustrator enables the user to create
This book provides easy to understand, step-by-step instructions and diagrams showing how to use Adobe Illustrator to create flat drawings, working drawings and storyboards for the fashion industry. Hand drawings are no longer good enough for an industry which demands increased productivity, profitability and accuracy. Adobe Illustrator enables the user to create clear and detailed drawings that satisfy the industry’s needs. Adobe Illustrator has become the industry standard, taking over from other software packages.
Although Adobe Illustrator is a powerful CAD program, it is difficult to grasp quickly. This book provides the building blocks which enable fashion students and designers to get started quickly while learning the more sophisticated facilities as they become more fluent. Here they are shown simply, concisely and in a highly practical way all that new users need to know to begin to create acceptable work.
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- Edition description:
- Older Edition
- Product dimensions:
- 8.35(w) x 11.72(h) x 0.42(d)
Table of Contents
Bitmap And Vector.
Create, Save And Customise A New File.
Details Of Tools.
Draw A Simple Shape.
Drawing A Simple Garment.
Adding And Changing Anchor Points.
Creating A Simple Brush Stroke.
Creating A Simple Pattern Fill.
Changing The Colour Of A Garment.
Create A New File With Multiple Pages.
Creating A Technical Drawing With Measuring Points And Typed Details.
Export From Adobe Illustrator To JPEG.
Creating A Library of basic Garment Shapes.
Creating A Technical Drawing.
Creating A Brush Stroke With A Corner.
Adding Measuring Points And Instructions.
Create A Library Of Brush Strokes And Trims.
Masking A Brush Stroke.
Expanding Brush Strokes And Trims.
Female Garment Symbols.
Male Garment Symbols.
Pattern Fills With Scanned Fabrics.
Opening A Saved Brush Library.
Binding - Outlining A Stroke.
Opening A Swatch Palette From Another File.
Changing The Colour Of A Pattern Swatch.
Creating A Pattern With A Scanned Image.
Rotating A Pattern Swatch In A Garment.
Create A Webbing Brush Stroke.
Two Colour Brush Stroke.
Gradient Colour Change.
Masking The Badge.
Denim Wash And Mesh Tool.
Masking And Luminosity.
Male Croquis Development.
Story Board 1 Demonstrating The Use Of: Digital Photograph Manipulation, The Scribble Tool.
Story Board 2 Demonstrating The Use Of: Layers, Pencil Tool And Masking; Downloading And Installing Fonts.
Story Board 3 Demonstrating The Use Of: Scanned Fabric, Mesh Tool And Transparency Palette.
Female Croquis Development.
Story Board 4 Demonstrating The Use Of: Female Croquis, Digital Photograph Manipulation, Adobe Photoshop, Pattern Repeat From A Downloaded Font, Technical Drawings.
Story Board 5 Demonstrating The Use Of: Female Croquis, Digital Photograph Manipulation and Masking.
Story Boards 6 And 7 Demonstrating The Use Of: Manipulating The Croquis Stances, Drawing Over The Scanned Image With The Pen Tool.
Story Board 8 Demonstrating The Use Of: Fabric Repeats, Pucker And Bloat Tool, Creating An Exaggerated Cartoon Croquis
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