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    Default can anyone suggest a good resource to learn adobe illustrator

    Ive seen a lot of great work thats made me want to get in to using illustrator, I just wanted to see if any of you guys had any good suggestions for where to learn the program (websites/books/classes/ etc.) I'll appreciate any help anyone has to offer. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by NIBOT View Post
    Ive seen a lot of great work thats made me want to get in to using illustrator, I just wanted to see if any of you guys had any good suggestions for where to learn the program (websites/books/classes/ etc.) I'll appreciate any help anyone has to offer. Thanks

    Youtube is free.

    Classroom in a book series is roughly $40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyH View Post
    Youtube is free.
    Well this is a little less specific than what i was hoping for. I tried youtube once so far but the videos that i checked out were awful. ill check out the classroom in a book series though, thanks.

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    Not sure of your familiarity with Illustrator, but Gomediazine has a couple, and vecteezy, as well. Try 'vector art tutorial Illustrator' as a search term and refine from there. You may have to sort and pick to get you where you're going.




    Also, Youtube is free.

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    Lynda.com has pretty much any program you could want to learn.

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    You can just get started and then field question to your local internet forum community as you learn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exxxlonghair View Post
    Lynda.com has pretty much any program you could want to learn.
    This. well worth the money for how much is on there.

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    The manual.

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    Oh yeah, the help menu too.

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    thanks for all the recommendations, lynda.com is definitely one im glad to have found out about. definitely a vast amount of info for a low cost, really helpful. thanks again

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