It may not feel like it today, but Saturday (at least in NY) gave us all a taste of spring and a longing for summer weather. And summer weather brings to mind all kinds of fun things: ice cream, sunshine, trips to the beach, and . . . summer school!
Symbols can be tremendously helpful to save trims and create trim libraries. They also make it very easy to update an item that is repeated multiple times within a document.
So, what is a Symbol? A symbol is an art object that can be reused in a document. The other symbols reused on the page are called instances, and they’re all linked to the original artwork. They can be created using vector or raster artwork, and symbols can save time and reduce file size. Continue reading “How to Use Symbols to Save Trims in Adobe Illustrator”
Have you ever wanted to create fur in Illustrator for one of your flat sketches (or even a fashion illustration) and found that it didn’t look as nice as you wanted it to? Well, have a look at our tutorial on creating fur. It’s pretty easy to follow and gives you a great looking fur that you can use over and over again. It’s also … Continue reading How to Draw Fur in Adobe Illustrator
Online classes can be a valuable and cost effective learning option. They offer accessibility to information and opportunity to learn from people you may never have access to without an online option. Here are 5 reasons to consider making your next class an online course. Continue reading 5 Reasons to Be Excited About Online Training
In today’s 28 Days of Black Fashion History, we celebrate Jay Jason Jaxon, the first American couturier in Paris. At 24, this young man trained in Paris at Yves Saint Laurent, Christian Dior and eventually was called in to help save the ailing house of Jean-Louis Scherrer. This was so significant, he received a phone call from the First Lady, “Lady Bird” Johnson, congratulating him … Continue reading 28 Days of Black Fashion History: Jay Jason Jaxon