Thursday, March 2nd from 7:30 to 9:30pm in the Digital Learning Lab, located on the 1st floor of the Peter B. Lewis Science Library
This Advanced Adobe Illustrator Workshop will focus on mastering the use of the primary tools for creating and editing drawings in Illustrator. The first half of the workshop will go over techniques for drawing tools (pen, pencil, eraser, shape tools), coloring tools (color, line weight, gradient, patterns, live paint) and selection and editing tools (lasso, select by appearance, layer management). In the second half of the workshop, students will individually work on re-creating a poster design, provided by the instructor, to practice and troubleshoot the techniques.
Instructor Bio: Jessica Colangelo is in her final year of the Master of Architecture program at Princeton School of Architecture. She received her Bachelor of Architecture at Rice University and has worked at architecture practices in Houston, Boston and Los Angeles. She has extensive experience in using Illustrator within an architectural context, such as making architectural 2d and 3d drawings, diagrams and presentation boards. For examples of Jessica’s work check out www.somewherestudio.com.