When you send artwork to be printed you may be asked to provide a pdf document with printers marks such as bleeds. This ensures that your artwork covers the whole area of the printed document and gives you a professional finish. In this video, I show you how to do this.
Category: How To Use Illustrator
When creating an infographic or any other kind of artwork it is important to take your colour scheme into consideration, illustrator has a swatch library and colour guide which can be helpful when deciding on which colours to use. In this video, I show you how to use these tools.
The art brush that you use in illustrator can completely change the way your imagery looks. Illustrator comes with a range of different brushed which can be used but if you’d like to create original artwork it is helpful to know how to create your own. In this video, I show you how to do this.
In this video, I show you how to turn a simple graph into a picto-graph, this allows you to create original and relevant imagery to include in your infographics.
When creating an infographic in illustrator it is useful to know how to use the graph tool. There are a range of different graphs that you can create which can be easily edited afterwards. In this video, I take you through how to create a column graph and pie chart.
In this video, I show you how to set up an illustrator document before starting to create artwork. This includes setting up your document preferences.
You can create original repeat patterns in illustrator for when you want to add textures or backgrounds to your artwork.