BIT 285 - Illustrator for Mobile, Web, and Print
Take an in-depth look at one of today's most popular software programs for computer illustration and its use in print and digital media. Students will be introduced to the tools available in Illustrator, how to work with objects, clipart, web-graphics (bit maps), color and more. Students will work with basic shapes including editing and painting and will learn to draw with precision using the pen tool as well as use the brush types to enhance their work. Students will also learn how to use Photoshop and Illustrator together to enhance projects. Advanced editing techniques and skills in Photoshop will take every user to the next level. Students will also participate in discussion groups to critique work.
Prerequisite: BIT 185 Raster-Based Software Tools for Web/Print Publishers
3 Class Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Appropriately use relevant illustrator tools.
2. Use advanced image creation tools using Adobe Photoshop.
3. Show how both Illustrator and Photoshop can work together.
4. Plan, create, and deliver on several complete Adobe Illustrator projects.
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