Working with Adobe's two most powerful vector applications doesn't need to be difficult, especially when using them together effectively. Instructor Mordy Golding shows how to set up Illustrator with Flash in mind, how to work with groups, layers and styles, and explains 3D effects and artwork mapping. Golding also demonstrates how to work with type, how to create and use symbols, and provides insider hints and guidelines. Emphasis is on creating Illustrator files that will work most efficiently and smoothly in Flash using Live Paint, Live Trace, and Live Effects. Exercise files accompany the training, allowing you to follow along and learn at your own pace.
Illustrator essentials for Flash users Using Live Effects Drawing in Illustrator vs. drawing in Flash Converting bitmap images to vectors with Live Trace The power of Symbols Constructing content in Illustrator for use in Flash The mechanics of going from Illustrator to Flash Handling type between the two applications