How to Do Everything with Illustrator CS
By Karlins, David
This handy resource teaches you how to generate professional graphics for multiple media, including print and Web. Master Illustrator’s defining feature: creating and editing drawings by defining anchor points and the paths between them. Plus, the book features an art gallery displaying professional work to help illustrate the lessons and inspire you.

DOI: 10.1036/0072230924

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Author Biography

David Karlins (Oakland, CA) is a FrontPage Microsoft Certified Professional who designs Web sites for clients using FrontPage. In addition to contracted hands-on classroom materials, Karlins is the author or co-author of five successful FrontPage books. Karlins teaches FrontPage classes at Silicon Valley companies including Hewlett Packard, and at schools like University of California, Berkeley Extension Division.

How to Do Everything with Illustrator CS
Author(s): Karlins, David
ISBN: 0072230924
DOI: 10.1036/0072230924

Format: paperback, 400 pages.
Pub date: 5 Nov 2003
Copyright: 2004
$29.99 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media

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