The New 3D Features of Illustrator, Part II -- Austin Adobe User Group Meeting May 12, 6 pm CDT

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The second part of Cornelius Chopin's easy-to-follow presentation about how to use the new 3D features in Adobe Illustrator will be presented on May 12, 6 pm CDT, online. 

Like all our meetings, it’s free and available virtually around the globe on Zoom. The Zoom address is the same as in the past. If you need it, please contact austinadobegroupmgr@gmail.com.

The new 3D features in Adobe Illustrator
In this training session:

• You will learn how to create 3D objects in Adobe Illustrator using the new 3D engine.
• You will learn how to create 3D objects using Plane, Extrude, Revolve and the new Inflate option.
• You will learn how to use the new Material and Lighting effects to enhance any 3D object.

Finally, you will learn how to “polish” your 3D object using the new Ray Tracing function.

Watch the recording of Part 1 on https://austinadobeusergroup.com/2022/02/06/3d-features-illustrator/.

Regular meeting attendees can gain raffle credits for big prizes: a year-long subscription to the Adobe Creative Cloud.

About the Presenter
Cornelius Chopin is an Accessibility Coordinator at Texas Health and Human Services. He received an Adobe Certified Instructor (ACI) title in Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and Flash and teaches at night at several schools including the Art Institute of Austin. He completed his Master’s degree in Information Science and Learning Technologies (ISLT) from Missouri University in December 2012 with an emphasis on E-learning and Mobile Application development. 

Please join us. 

Presenters are invited to give future talks. Please contact us with your proposal!

Tom Berglie, Cornelius Chopin, & Karen Kreps
Co-managers - Austin Adobe User Group
austinadobegroupmgr@gmail.com


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