Duration: 4 weeks
Registration now open!
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WHAT TO EXPECT
We are so excited to introduce our new and improved Illustrator 102 class! Building upon the foundations learned in Holly’s Illustrator 101 class, Illustrator 102 will teach topics like 3D effects, complex shape creation, tessellating patterns, gradient meshes and much, much more! The class explores some fantastic new tools and advances your knowledge of existing tools, which will help you take your designs to the next level!
PLEASE NOTE: This class will be taught in Creative Cloud. Versions CS5, CS6 and CC are recommended for use with this class. Versions earlier than CS5 may not translate well enough and are not recommended.
HOW IT WORKS
The Nicole’s Classes application is a downloadable program you install on your computer. (The link to download will be provided the day the class starts.) Learning is divided into 4 weeks and within those weeks you can learn at your own pace, anytime, anywhere. There are no set class times, though homework is due every Sunday night for instructor feedback. Students also have unlimited email access to the instructor for the duration of their course, to ask questions or get help when they’re stuck. Our classes are flexible and fit into most any schedule and we happily welcome international students!
Illustrator 101 or equivalent experience is required before taking this course. You must have the Illustrator program (CS5, CS6 or CC) installed on your computer and you’ll be ready to go! If you don’t have Illustrator yet and are unsure if it’s the right program for you, Adobe offers a free 30-day trial.
Holly Hucklesby has over 10 years experience working as a graphic designer in London. Specializing in Branding, Packaging and Advertising, she relishes a design challenge. Holly has also been teaching at an international design college for 5 years to inspire others to join the exciting design industry.
“This course was crazy amazing… so many tricks and hints that are just life changing!” — Jennifer, Illustrator 102 student