Adobe Illustrator for Fashion Design by Susan LazearAdobe Illustrator for Fashion Design by Susan Lazear

Adobe Illustrator for Fashion Design

bySusan Lazear

Paperback | November 23, 2011

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For college and high school courses in Fashion Design by Computer, Fashion Illustration by Computer, Computer Design, and CAD for Fashion.

 

This fully-updated text addresses industry’s need to train fashion students to draw fashion flats and illustrations, textile designs, and presentations using the latest versions of Adobe Illustrator. Emphasizing the creative process, ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR FOR FASHION DESIGN, 2/e  explores Illustrator’s powerful capabilities as related to drawings of clothing, fashion poses, and textile prints. It offers clear and illustrated instructions throughout, guiding students through learning all the electronic drawing techniques they will need to work successfully in fashion. In this second edition, new online videos show students how to perform many key techniques step-by-step, and online examples of previous student projects inspire new students. This Second Edition also adds updated coverage of merchandising techniques, electronic portfolio preparation, technical drawings, tech packs, and much more.

Title:Adobe Illustrator for Fashion DesignFormat:PaperbackDimensions:456 pages, 10.8 × 8.9 × 0.8 inPublished:November 23, 2011Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0132785773

ISBN - 13:9780132785778

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Table of Contents

Section One: Tour of Adobe Illustrator
Chapter 1: Overview of Adobe Illustrator
Chapter 2: Quick Start: Basic Drawing in Illustrator
Chapter 3: Illustrator’s Tools Panel
Chapter 4: Illustrator’s Menus
Chapter 5: lllustrator’s Panels

Section Two: Basic Drawing Exercises

Section Three: Fashion Flats Exercises

Section Four: Fashion Illustration Exercises

Section Five: Textile Design Exercises

Section Six: Presentation Exercises