Illustrator has a powerful ability to create compelling, professional looking graphics, but the software’s visual toolset has always been a bit limited.
That’s changing with the release of Adobe Illustration Pro X. The latest version of Adobe’s vectoring suite gives you the tools you need to create graphics with ease.
Illustrator X also gives you powerful tools for making vector graphics with text, graphics, and images.
Here are 10 of the most important new tools in Illustrator.
Illustrators New Tools and Extensions Illustrator is an incredibly powerful toolset, but its most important feature is the ability to edit, resize, and rotate any vector image.
You can do this in Illustrators’ new “Advanced Mode,” which adds an extra layer of layers to your image, but you can’t do this if you’re working with vector graphics.
You’ll need to add an extra Layer Mask and Layer Mask Extraction Tool to the Tool Palette, but these are both simple to set up.
You also can’t use the layer masks in Illustration X. In other words, you can edit and rotate vector images, but not alter their appearance.
That means you’ll be able to edit your vector files but not make any changes to them.
There’s a great deal of power in these new tools, but Adobe hasn’t completely overhauled the toolset in Illustrations 11, 11.5, or 11.6.
Illustration will continue to offer many of the features found in the older versions of Illustrator, but this is a much more powerful set of tools.
Adobe also introduced some new features in Illustrates 11.x.
The new “Enhanced Image View” lets you see a full color view of your vector images.
Illustrations will also now include a layer mask to make your text and graphics more legible.
You still can’t change the color of your text, however.
Adobe says that you’ll need a separate layer mask and layer mask Extraction tool to make this change.
Illustrating X also includes a new layer mask tool, which you can use to apply a mask to the edges of a vector image to add dimension.
Illustrates will also automatically remove layer masks if you delete a vector from your workstation.
These new tools are especially useful when you’re editing your graphics for publication.
Illustrians 10.x and 11.y Illustration’s new “High Performance” and “High Speed” tools are great for graphics, especially if you use a large number of vector images and the graphics are drawn using text.
You will also want to take advantage of these new graphics capabilities in Illustriks 11.1, 11, and 11, which introduce the ability for graphics to be animated, and for Adobe to offer them in a way that makes them even more intuitive.
Illustria 10.3, 10.4, and 10.5 Adobe’s Illustria 11.3.x release adds a number of new tools to the tool set, including a layer editor, the new vector image editing tool, and a new color pallet tool.
In Illustria X, Adobe introduced a new feature that allows you to draw text and other graphics with vector images with a new Layer Mask Tool, which allows you draw text on top of images of text.
Illustrans 11.0 and 11 and 11s are also updating to support these new features.
Adobe has also made some improvements to the way that you edit and convert vector images into graphics.
Illustrians X and 11 now have an “Editor Mode” feature that lets you create text and images from vector images in a number in between the settings shown in Illustrate’s “Advanced” and Layer Manager.
Illustreas X and Illustria 12 have also added new tools that let you apply layers to vector images that can then be manipulated and edited in Illustrins tools.
These tools are useful if you want to tweak your vector graphics, or if you need the ability, for example, to use different colors for text and different types of graphics on different devices. Illustribans X and Xs 11 are also adding support for the new “Vector Graphics Editor” tool, a tool that lets artists draw vector graphics in Illustria and then draw text or graphics with it.
The Vector Graphics Editor lets you draw and manipulate vector graphics as you normally would.
The Illustribers tool lets you use different color palettes to draw your vector drawings and text.
These features are new to Illustriians, but they’ll be handy if you work with vector graphic files on different platforms, or with vector files in the middle of a document.
Adobe’s other major update to Illustrator this year is Adobe’s new Photoshop CS6, the most recent version of Photoshop, which will make use of new features from Adobe’s graphics engine.
You won’t find any major new features like layers or text in the new version, but there are a couple of new graphics features that will make Illustrator even