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Adobe Illustrator Tools Training Course

Whether you're new to the software or wanting to brush up on your skill set, I want to present amazing beginner Adobe Illustrator course from Derrick also know as Dase Designs.

In this learning guide Derrick will show you basic tools and functions in Adobe Illustrator: Pathfinder panel, Pen Tool, Add Color and Shading.

Course Plan:
1. Adobe Illustrator Tutorial - Pathfinder Panel
2. Adobe Illustrator Tutorial - Pen Tool
3. Adobe Illustrator Tutorial - Add Color and Shading

Adobe Illustrator Tutorial - Pathfinder Panel




Adobe Illustrator Tutorial - Pen Tool




Adobe Illustrator Tutorial - Add Color and Shading




Course author is Derrick aka Dase Designs. He is an Illustrator and Graphic Designer working with Sports & eSports Logos and Brand Identities. He loves creating Logos and Mascot designs to take the team or brand to the next level!

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