About Adobe Illustrator
Adobe Illustrator is a drawing program that enables users to make technical illustrations, elaborate drawings, graphics and page designs for print, the Internet and multimedia. Adobe Illustrator also offers an extensive range of drawing and painting tools, not to mention typographic control. It is very similar to Photoshop in that it has feathering, inner and outer glow and nondestructive drop shadows.
* Adobe Illustrator, developed by Adobe Systems, was first made for the Apple Macintosh back in 1986, as a companion program for Adobe Photoshop. Throughout the years, there have been many updated versions of the program. These were versions 1-88. Adobe Illustration 6 was introduced in 1996, with vital new changes in the user interface. In October of 2008, Adobe Illustrator CS4 was released, with a variety of new and exciting improvements as well as brand new features (such as creating multiple artboards). Features
* Adobe Illustrator has a lot of powerful creative tools that allow users to experiment with a lot of effects. Some of the program's features are path editing, point alignment, stroke options, a smoothing tool, precise positioning, erasing options, blog brushing, penciling, flexible brushing, live tracing and much more. There are advanced typography features such as transparent text effects, ligatures and alternate glyphs paneling. Some creative color effects are 3D effects, live distortion and blending. Benefits
* There are a lot of benefits for using Adobe Illustrator as opposed to other graphics programs. Some of the benefits are that the program allows users to work more efficiently with custom workspaces. It also has an updated interface with many space saving features and custom viewing options. There are also text options such as OpenType fonts and paragraph composition. It also encourages productivity with in-panel appearance editing and multiple artboards. Theories/Speculation
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