Adobe Illustrator – Mastering The Fundamentals


  • You don’t need to have any previous knowledge.


Adobe Illustrator is vector based graphics software that lets you scale down your artwork for mobile screens or scale up to billboard size. Design with precision, as naturally as you would with pen and paper. Create lines, shapes, type, gradients, and effects. Merge or cut graphics with quick Pencil. Adobe Illustrator is an application software service provided by Adobe. This software application can be used to create artwork using a Windows PC or MacOS computer. The first version of this application was released in 1987 and continuously evolving day by day. Now, it will be available to be used on the cloud, i.e., Adobe Creative Cloud. To create high-quality artwork, graphic designers, web designers, visual artists, and professional illustrators use this application. It includes a vast number of drawing tools that we can use to reduce the time need to create an illustration.

Following Adobe Illustrator tutorials can change your game when it comes to the industry’s favourite vector art programme.

More about Adobe Illustrator:

  • Illustrator is the industry-standard vector graphics application that lets you create logos, icons, sketches, typography and complex illustrations for print, web, interactive, video and mobile devices.
  • Its time saving features allow users to create work quickly and efficiently at the highest professional standard.

Illustrators Availibilities:

  • Turn shapes and colours into logos and icons. Create typography, draw freehand and trace and recolor graphics. Illustrator is vector based, so your artwork stays crisp even when you scale it up to stadium size..
  • Create smarter with features powered by Adobe Sensei AI. Automatically extract colours from a photo and add them to your design, auto-trace a hand-drawn sketch and turn it into a vector graphic and more.

Who this course is for:

  • Graphics Designers
  • Logo Designers
  • Digital Marketers
  • Painters
  • Artists
  • Photographers


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