Tag: frustration

Vector Attack Alert

November 8, 2010 By Paul Yeatman

Tonight we had a graded assessment sprung on us.  Not good when I’ve done stuff all work with Illustrator at home. So, tonight’s three hours was spent trying to trace the words “gill sans” and “Times Roman” with not access to tutorial or the like.  PAINFUL!  I spent about 45 minutes trying to get the […]

Attack of the Vectors!

October 4, 2010 By Paul Yeatman

Man oh man.  Tonight we got to use a program called Adobe Illustrator.  Rather than doodle away using rasters, like in a paint program, the illustration proggy makes the user draw lines called vectors. The straight lines are easy, some curves are easy, but the wiggly curves such as those used to make umbrellas or […]