Test Bank for Adobe Illustrator for Fashion Design (Fashion Series) (2nd Edition) by Susan M. Lazear

By: Susan Lazear
ISBN-10: 0132785773
/ ISBN-13: 9780132785778

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Table of content:

Title Page
Copyright Page
Table of Contents
Introductory Pages
Intended Audience
Layout of the Book
Files Available Online
Artwork Used in the Book
Version of Illustrator?
How to Approach Your Studies with This Book
List of Online Videos
Section One: Tour of Adobe Illustrator
Section Overview
Learning Objectives
Chapter 1: Overview of Adobe Illustrator
The Illustrator Approach to Design: Vector Graphics
Vector Terminology and Concepts
The General Process of Design
User Interface and the Working Environment
Basic Maintenance Operations
Maneuvering Your Way around a Document
View Options
Going back in Time
Student Gallery
Chapter 2: Quick Start: Basic Drawing in Illustrator
The General Process of Design
Quick Exercise, Part 1: Drawing a Stick-Man Figure
Student Gallery
Quick Exercise, Part 2: Adding Details
Student Gallery
Chapter 3: Illustrator’s Tools Panel
Selection Tools
Pen and Related Drawing Tools
Type Tools
Segment and Shape Tools
Free-form Drawing and Editing Tools
Transformation Tools
Color-Related Tools
Document Management Tools
Object Management Tools
Screen Display
Additional Miscellaneous Tools
Chapter 4: Illustrator’s Menus
Basic Maneuvering through the Menus
Illustrator Menu
File Menu
Edit Menu
Object Menu
Type Menu
Select Menu
Effect Menu
View Menu
Window Menu
Chapter 5: lllustrator’s Panels
Control Panel
Artboard Panel
Layers Panel
Navigator Panel
Stroke Panel
Color Panel
Swatches Panel
Color Guide Panel
Gradient Panel
Appearance Panel
Pathfinder Panel
Symbols Panel
Section Two: Basic Drawing Exercises
Learning Objectives
Exercise #1: Setting up a Document
Exercise #2: Working with Fill and Stroke Settings
Exercise #3: Drawing Straight and Curved Segments
Student Gallery
Exercise #4: Adding, Deleting, and Changing the Types of Anchor Points Using the Grid and Snap to Gr
Exercise #5: Grouping Objects
Exercise #6: Working with Layers
Exercise #7: Using Join and Average
Exercise #8: Working with Pathfinder
Exercise #9: Creating and Working with Gradients
Exercise #10: Working with Clipping Masks
Exercise #11: Transferring Swatches between Documents
Section Three: Fashion Flats Exercises
Learning Objectives
Exercise #1: Drawing a Basic Tank Top Utilizing Straight and Curved Segments as You Draw
Exercise #2: Drawing a Basic T-Shirt Body Utilizing a Grid, Pen, and Pen Editing Tools
Exercise #3: Adding Sleeves and a Neckband to an Existing Garment Body
Exercise #4: Drawing Symmetrical Garments Using Guidelines, Grid, and the Reflect Tool
Exercise #5: Drawing Flats on a Basic Croquis
Student Gallery Fashion Flats
Exercise #6: Working with the SnapFashun Library of Flats
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Exercise #7: Working with Predrawn Flats
Exercise #8: Working with Symbols and the Symbols Panel
Various Symbol Libraries
Section Four: Fashion Illustration Exercises
Learning Objectives
Exercise #1: Tracing a Hand-Drawn Fashion Illustration
Student Gallery
Exercise #2: Creating a Posed Fashion Figure from a Fashion Photo
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Exercise #3 : Creating a Screen Capture for Use in Illustrator
Exercise #4: Using Live Trace to Work with Digital Art
Exercise #5: Using Clipping Masks to Lay Scanned Fabric in Vector Images
Exercise #6: Developing and Drawing a Fashion Croquis
Student Gallery
Exercise #7: Working with a Jointed Croquis
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Section Five: Textile Design Exercises
Learning Objectives
General Textile Terminology
Illustrator Fill Pattern Terminology
Things to Note When Working with Fill Patterns
Exercise #1: Working with Built-in Patterns
Exercise #2: Editing Existing Pattern Swatches
Exercise #3: Creating a Pattern Tile (Simple)
Exercise #4: Creating a Pattern Tile (Intermediate)
Exercise #5: Creating a Pattern Tile (Advanced)
Exercise #6: Setting up to Create Multiple Colorways for a Textile Print
Exercise #7: Building Multiple Colorways of a Textile Print
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Section Six: Presentation Exercises
Learning Objectives
Exercise #1: Color Matching between Fabrics and Printouts
Exercise #2: Using Effects to Create Fabric Swatch Templates
Exercise #3: Creating Fabric Swatch Layouts
Exercise #4: Creating a Merchandise Presentation Using Snapshots
Student Gallery Fashion Flats
Exercise #5: Creating Technical Drawings with Callouts
Student Gallery Fashion Flats with Callouts
Exercise #6: Prepping and Building a Tech Pack
Exercise #7: Prepping Graphics for Presentation
Exercise #8: Using Actions to Facilitate the Design or Graphic Preparation Process
Exercise #9: Building an Electronic Portfolio Using Adobe Acrobat

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