This three-day course will teach you how Illustrator is used in the Fashion and Textile industries to create effective designs and patterns.Book tickets
Ideal for creating fashion flats, repeat patterns and vectorising complex designs. Adobe Illustrator has a vast range of tools that are perfect for fashion and textile designers. This 3-day Saturday course will teach you how Illustrator is used in the Fashion and Textile industries to create effective designs and patterns, and creative ways to present your ideas. An expert tutor teaches practical skills and hints and tips.
The course covers the following main topics:
This course is suitable for beginners, as a refresher or for those that have a basic knowledge of Illustrator. The content is ideal for people working in the fashion and/or textiles sector, students, tutors or anyone interested in improving their computer design skills and learning techniques in Illustrator. Participants are required to have basic computer skills.
Our short courses are a great value way to learn essential design software. This course is taught in the Museum’s IT suite using the latest Adobe Creative Suite software on newly installed PCs and 24” 4K Ultra HD monitors. Led by our team of highly experienced tutors, tuition is in small groups with a focus on your particular learning requirements. The Fashion and Textile Museum is part of Newham College London.
If you have any questions regarding this short course, please get in touch.
David Wright has worked for the Fashion and Textile Museum for over ten years. He uses creative software such as Illustrator and Photoshop for the design of repeat patterns for textiles and other products. David is particularly keen on using Illustrator for the design of geometric patterns and has created several techniques that can quickly build complex geometric designs.
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