Adobe Illustrator CS5 Part 1 : Introduction to Illustrator
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Adobe Illustrator CS5 is used to create graphics and type in vector format. Vector graphics are made up of points, lines, and curves that are defined by mathematical equations. Vector graphics are ...

Adobe Illustrator CS5 is used to create graphics and type in vector format. Vector graphics are made up of points, lines, and curves that are defined by mathematical equations. Vector graphics are resolution independent, which means that they can be resized to any size without losing quality. This handout provides an overview of the Illustrator CS5 user interface and vector graphics, and covers how to create different shapes using the Pen tool.
If you would like to see more videos on Adobe Illustrator, please visit http://www.youtube.com/mycsula for more online training.
There you can find FREE tutorials on Illustrator, Photoshop, Microsoft Office, HTML5, and many more!

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  • Adobe Illustrator CS5Part 1 : Introduction to Illustrator www.youtube.com/mycsula
  • Resolution• Resolution refers to the quality of an image• Higher the resolution, better the quality• Recommended – 72 pixels per inch (72ppi) for monitor viewing – 300 dots per inch (300dpi) for printed material
  • Rasterized Images ⁻ Fixed # of Pixels ⁻ Increasing the image degrades its quality ⁻ e.g., Photographic Images
  • Vector Graphics ⁻ Resolution independent ⁻ Resizes without change in image quality ⁻ e.g., type and shapes
  • Creating a Cube
  • Tracing an Image
  • Complex Shapes
  • Blinky