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Learn Perspective Drawing in Adobe Illustrator

Created by Harshit Srivastava, Last Updated 22-Mar-2021, Language:English

Learn Perspective Drawing in Adobe Illustrator

Add more creativity to your Illustration

Created by Harshit Srivastava, Last Updated 22-Mar-2021, Language:English

What Will I Get ?

  • You will learn to draw some perspective and isometric shapes and objects with Illustrator in simple and efficient way very quickly
  • You will learn how to use perspective grid and perspective selection tool in Adobe Illustrator used to draw sophisticated illustrations.

Requirements

  • You must have Adobe Illustrator installed on your computer.
  • Basic knowledge on Illustrator would be helpful.

Description

Welcome to this short tutorial on Perspective Drawing and Isometric Illustrations in Adobe Illustrator. You may be already familiar with creating illustrations in Adobe Illustrator, where you could create a wide range of Digital Vectors, and Graphics Design generally on two dimensional artboard. But when you have add some extra dimensionality to your illustrations, you could draw objects in two ways- 

  • Perspective Drawing

  • Isometric Drawing

In this course you will be learning both of these drawing techniques with Adobe Illustrator, where you will also learn the concept of vanishing point. This is a practical based course where you will be learning various concepts as practical lessons, in step-wise manner. You will learn every illustration right from scratch learning various tools and techniques required for the graphics design. You will be learning following-

  • Basics of perspective drawing

  • Embedding images

  • Drawing a perspective grid

  • Isometric drawing on perspective grid

  • perspective pattern background

  • perspective cardboard box

  • Isometric vs Perspective

This class is designed in a way to help you develop this skill of perspective drawing very easily, with a pragmatic approach where you will learn everything with practical examples and tutorials. A designers focus should not be to learn each and every tool in a software, but to optimally use minimal tools to draw maximum design. So don't rush to learn each and every tool, because it may take long time to learn every tool, and you may get exhausted in the process. Try to learn a few tools first, and then try to practice as much as possible by drawing various shapes and art. This course will not teach you complete Illustrator, but will teach you effectively use perspective tools and techniques to draw some amazing illustrations.

All the bests! Keep Learning.

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