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Graphic Designer

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  • Become a Professional Graphic Designer
    • 01 - Introduction to Graphic Design
      • 1.1 Introduction to Graphic Design
      • 1.2 What Is Graphic Design?
      • 1.3 Can Only Skilled Artists Be Good Graphic Designers?
      • 1.4 Areas Of Graphic Design To Explore
    • 02 - Visual Communication Fundamentals
      • 2.1 Visual Communication Fundamentals
      • 2.2 Organizing Information
      • 2.3 Using Alignment To Your Advantage
      • 2.4 Setting The Design's Rhythm
      • 2.5 Letting A Design Breathe With Whitespace
      • 2.6 Creating Visual Interest With Contrast
      • 2.7 Designs That Work And Don't Work
    • 03 - Building Successful Layouts
      • 3.1 Building Successful Layouts
      • 3.2 The Terminology Of Type
      • 3.3 Typeface Styles and Resources
      • 3.4 Choosing A Typeface Hierarchy
      • 3.5 Understanding Colour's Psychological Impact
      • 3.6 Building Your Design's Colour Palette
      • 3.7 Understanding Colour Spaces
      • 3.8 Sourcing Imagery For Your Layouts
      • 3.9 Raster vs Vector Graphics
    • 04 - The Tools To Put It All Together
      • 4.1 The Tools To Put It All Together
      • 4.2 Alternatives To Standard Industry Tools
      • 4.3 Web Design Tools and Software
      • 4.4 HTML and CSS:Is It Really Rocket Science
    • 05 - Starting A Career As a Graphic Designer
      • 5.1 Starting A Career As a Graphic Designer
      • 5.2 Getting Started And How To Land Work
      • 5.3 Joining The Design Community
      • 5.4 Finding Continued Inspiration
      • 5.5 Wrapping Up
  • Create Stunning Promo Videos in 30 Minutes or Less
    • Create Stunning Promo Videos In 30 Minutes Or Less
      • 1.1 Welcome
      • 1.2 The Template We Will Be Using
      • 1.3 See Some After Effects Template
      • 1.4 iPad Template
      • 1.5 White Space Template
      • 1.6 Pop Up Book Template
      • 1.7 Installing After Effects
      • 1.8 Opening A Template
      • 1.9 Interactive Tour Of After Effects
      • 1.10 Introduction To After Effects
      • 1.11 Editing Text
      • 1.12 Changing Font Sizes And Moving Text
      • 1.13 Adding Images
      • 1.14 Adding Video
      • 1.15 Adding A Logo
      • 1.16 Rendering Your Video
      • 1.17 Post Production Help
  • Creating Animations in 3D Studio Max
    • Module 1 - Introduction to the Course
      • 1.1 Introduction to the Course
    • Module 2 - Animation Basics
      • 2.1 Animation Basics
      • 2.2 Time Controls
      • 2.3 Time Display
      • 2.4 Frame Rate
      • 2.5 Time Configuration - Playback
      • 2.6 Time Configuration - Animation
      • 2.7 Time Configuration - Key Steps
      • 2.8 Time Slider
    • Module 3 - Motion Basics
      • 3.1 Motion Basics
      • 3.2 Trajectories
    • Module 4 - Hierarchies
      • 4.1 Hierarchies
      • 4.2 Adjust and Pivot
      • 4.3 Inverse Kinimatics
      • 4.5 Object Parameters
      • 4.6 Rotational Joints
      • 4.7 Link Info
      • 4.8 Links
      • 4.9 Links Plus Animation
    • Module 5 - Animate a Robot Arm
      • 5.1 Animate a Robot Arm
      • 5.2 Animated Robot Arm
      • 5.3 Robot Arm Limits
      • 5.4 Robot Arm Damper
      • 5.5 Robot Arm IK
    • Module 6 - Bone Systems
      • 6.1 Bone Systems
      • 6.2 Bone Tools - Part 1
      • 6.3 Bone Tools - Part 2
    • Module 7 - Inverse Kinimatics Solvers
      • 7.1 Inverse Kinimatics Solvers
      • 7.2 HI Solver
      • 7.3 HI Solver Parameters
      • 7.4 HI Solver Properties
      • 7.5 HI Display Options
      • 7.6 PRS Key Info
      • 7.7 HD Solver
      • 7.8 HD Solver Parameters
      • 7.9 HD Sliding Joint
      • 7.10 IK Limb Solver
      • 7.11 IK Spline Solver
      • 7.12 IK Spline Solver - Part 2
      • 7.13 Bone Creation
      • 7.14 Sliding Rotational Joints
    • Module 8 - Introduction to Rigs
      • 8.1 Introduction to Rigs
      • 8.2 Leg Rig Left
      • 8.3 Leg Rig Right
      • 8.4 Arm Rig
      • 8.5 Body Rig
      • 8.6 Body Rig - Color
    • Module 9 - Animation Constraints Controllers
      • 9.1 Animation Constraints Controllers
      • 9.2 Attachment
      • 9.3 Surface
      • 9.4 Path
      • 9.5 Position
      • 9.6 Link
      • 9.7 Lookat Piston
      • 9.8 Lookat
      • 9.9 Orientation
    • Module 10 - Object Controllers
      • 10.1 Object Controllers
      • 10.2 Wiring Gears
    • Module 11 - Track View Tool
      • 11.1 Track View Tool
      • 11.2 Interface
      • 11.3 Mode Controller
      • 11.4 Key Curve Time Option
      • 11.5 Display View
      • 11.6 Curve Toolbar
      • 11.7 Dope Toolbar
      • 11.8 Animate A Tank Track
  • Digital Matte Painting with Photoshop
    • Module 1 - Introduction To The Course
      • 1.1 Introduction
    • Module 2 - Scripting And Layouts
      • 2.1 Script Breakdown
      • 2.2 Rough Layout Part 1
      • 2.3 Rough Layout Part 2
    • Module 3 - Scripting And Layouts
      • 3.1 Mask Foreground Reference Images
      • 3.2 Middle Ground And The Mountains
      • 3.3 Buildings And Background
      • 3.4 Sky And Water Effects
    • Module 4 - Polishing And Special Effects
      • 4.1 Shadows Highlights
      • 4.2 Working With The Details
      • 4.3 Completing The Details
  • Getting Started with Acrobat XI Professional
    • Chapter 0 - Introduction
      • 0.1 Acrobat Professional Introduction
      • 0.2 Why Use PDFs And Acrobat
      • 0.3 Free Adobe Reader Vs Full Acrobat Professional
      • 0.4 The Three PDF Myths
    • Chapter 1 - Getting Comfortable Inside Acrobat
      • 1.1 Acrobat Welcome Screen
      • 1.2 A Tour Of The Interface
      • 1.3 Exploring The Tools Panel
      • 1.4 A Look At Acrobats Navigation Panels
      • 1.5 Using Acrobats Reading Mode
    • Chapter 2 - Navigating Within PDF Files
      • 2.1 Magnifying Within PDFs
      • 2.2 Navigating Within PDFs
      • 2.3 Using Previous And Next View
      • 2.4 Navigating With The Pages Panel
      • 2.5 Understanding Page Display
      • 2.6 Splitting The View
      • 2.7 Viewing Document Properties
    • Chapter 3 - Moving Extracting And Deleting Pages
      • 3.1 Inserting Pages
      • 3.2 Deleting Pages
      • 3.3 Reordering Document Pages
      • 3.4 Undoing And Reverting To Saved Versions
      • 3.5 Rotating The View And Rotating Pages
      • 3.6 Replacing Pages
      • 3.7 Extracting Pages From Documents
      • 3.8 Using The Split Document Command
    • Chapter 4 - Building Navigational Bookmarks
      • 4.1 Acrobat Bookmarks
      • 4.2 Creating Navigational Bookmarks
      • 4.3 Additional Bookmark Options
      • 4.4 Adjusting A Bookmarks Destination
      • 4.5 Sorting And Creating Nested Bookmarks
      • 4.6 Automatically Opening The Bookmarks Panel
    • Chapter 5 - Advanced Acrobat Options
      • 5.1 Creating PDFs With Acrobat
      • 5.2 Saving Files As PDFs
      • 5.3 Combine Files Into A Single PDF
      • 5.4 Acrobat Print Options
    • Chapter 6 - Wrapping Up
      • 6.1 Wrapping Up
  • Introduction to Digital Painting
    • Module 1 - Introduction To The Course
      • 1.1 Introduction
    • Module 2 - Digital Painting Essentials
      • 2.1 Airbrush Part 1
      • 2.2 Airbrushing Part 2
      • 2.3 Comic Book Style
      • 2.4 Smudge Style
      • 2.5 Hardbrush and Stroke Style
    • Module 3 - Digital Portrait Painting
      • 3.1 Digital Portrait Painting Part 1
      • 3.2 Digital Portrait Painting Part 2
      • 3.3 Digital Portrait Painting Part 3
      • 3.4 Digital Portrait Painting Part 4
  • Learn 3D Digital Sculpting with Mudbox
    • Module 1 - Introduction ToThe Course
      • 1.1 Introduction
    • Module 2 - Introduction To Mudbox
      • 2.1 The Interface Part 1
      • 2.2 The Interface Part 2
      • 2.3 Navigation
    • Module 3 - The Main Menu
      • 3.1 File Menu
      • 3.2 Edit Menu
      • 3.3 Create Menu
      • 3.4 Mesh Menu
      • 3.5 Set Topological Axis
      • 3.6 Curves Menu
      • 3.7 Maps Menu
      • 3.8 Windows Menu
      • 3.9 Windows Preferences
      • 3.10 Help Menu
    • Module 4 - Mudbox Sculpting Basics
      • 4.1 Tool Trays
      • 4.2 Sculpt
      • 4.3 Smooth
      • 4.4 Grab
      • 4.5 Pinch
      • 4.6 Flatten
      • 4.7 Foamy
      • 4.8 Spray
      • 4.9 Repeating
      • 4.10 Imprint
      • 4.11 Wax
      • 4.12 Scrape
      • 4.13 Filling
      • 4.14 Knife
      • 4.15 Smearing
      • 4.16 Bulging
      • 4.17 Contrast
      • 4.18 Freezing
      • 4.19 Mask
      • 4.20 Eraser
    • Module 5 - Mudbox Painting Basics
      • 5.1 Paint Brush
      • 5.2 Projection
      • 5.3 Color Picker
      • 5.4 Airbrushing
      • 5.5 Pencil
      • 5.6 Paint Erase
      • 5.7 Clone Brush
      • 5.8 Dry Brush
      • 5.9 Selecting Facial Features
      • 5.10 Selecting Objects
      • 5.11 Transform Tools
    • Module 6 - Advanced Mudbox Techniques
      • 6.1 Stamp
      • 6.2 Stencil
      • 6.3 Falloff
      • 6.4 Material Presets
      • 6.5 Lighting Presets
      • 6.6 Camera Bookmarks
    • Module 7 - Layers And Filters
      • 7.1 Layers
      • 7.2 Object List
      • 7.3 Viewport Filters
    • Module 8 - Sculpture Extraction
      • 8.1 Normal Map Extraction
      • 8.2 Displacement Map Extraction
      • 8.3 Ambient Map Extraction
      • 8.4 Using The Displacement Map
    • Module 9 - Example Mudbox Projects
      • 9.1 Example 1
      • 9.2 Example 2
      • 9.3 Example 3
      • 9.4 Example 4
      • 9.5 Example 5
      • 9.6 Example 6
      • 9.7 Example 7
      • 9.8 Example 8
      • 9.9 Example 9
      • 9.10 Example 10
      • 9.11 Example 11
      • 9.12 Example 12
      • 9.13 Example 13
      • 9.14 Example 14
      • 9.15 Example 15
      • 9.16 Example 16
  • Photoshop For Artists
    • Module 1 - Introduction To The Course
      • 1.1 Introduction
    • Module 2 - Introduction To Photoshop For Artists
      • 2.1 Photoshop User Interface
      • 2.2 The Menu Explained
      • 2.3 File Options
      • 2.4 Edit Options
      • 2.5 Image Options
      • 2.6 Layer Options
      • 2.7 Select Options
      • 2.8 Filter Gallery
    • Module 3 - Creating Art With Photoshop
      • 3.1 Liquify
      • 3.2 Creating Vanishing Points
      • 3.3 Additional Filters
      • 3.4 3D Objects
      • 3.5 View, Window And Help
      • 3.6 Toolbar Move Selections
      • 3.7 Toolbar Wrap Up
      • 3.8 History And Actions
      • 3.9 Layer Comps And Notes
    • Module 4 - Making Your Artwork Stand Out
      • 4.1 Navigator, Histogram And Info
      • 4.2 Tool Presets , Brushes And Clone Source
      • 4.3 Color, Swatches And Styles
      • 4.4 Adjustments And Masks
      • 4.5 Layers, Channels And Paths
  • Storyboarding Layout and Design
    • Module 1 - Introduction
      • 1.1 Introduction
    • Module 2 - Working With The Camera
      • 2.1 Camera Distances
      • 2.2 Horizontal
      • 2.3 Vertical
      • 2.4 Setup and Transitions
      • 2.5 Framing Guidelines
    • Module 3 - Flow
      • 3.1 Layout Golden Ratio
      • 3.2 Flow Explained
      • 3.3 Painter Example
      • 3.4 Primavera Example
      • 3.5 St Matthew Example
      • 3.6 Comic Book Storyboards
      • 3.7 Aspect Ratio
    • Module 4 - Advanced Storyboarding
      • 4.1 Framing The Shot
      • 4.2 Borders
      • 4.3 Framing Rules
  • Using Photoshop Filters Master Course
    • Module 1 - Introduction To The Course
      • 1.1 Part 1 Introduction
    • Module 2 - Glass
      • 2.1 Part 2 Clouds
      • 2.2 Simple Glass
      • 2.3 Original Glass Image
      • 2.4 Glass Inset
      • 2.5 Cloud Copies
      • 2.6 Bar Pieces
      • 2.7 Glass Conclusion
    • Module 3 - Metal
      • 3.1 Part 1 Introduction
      • 3.2 Simple Metals
      • 3.3 Texturing Metal Part 1
      • 3.4 Texturing Metal Part 2
      • 3.5 Texturing Metal Part 3
      • 3.6 Texturing Metal Part 4
      • 3.7 Metal Conclusion
    • Module 4 - Roads
      • 4.1 Introduction
      • 4.2 Road Example 1
      • 4.3 Road Example 2
      • 4.4 Conclusion
    • Module 5 - Lightning
      • 5.1 Introduction
      • 5.2 Lightning Bolts
      • 5.3 Conclusion
    • Module 6 - Grass
      • 6.1 Part 1 Grass Introduction
      • 6.2 Grass Types
      • 6.3 Conclusion
    • Module 7 - Fire
      • 7.1 Part 1 Flame Introduction
      • 7.2 Flame Example 1
      • 7.3 Flame Example 3
      • 7.4 Flame Example 4
      • 7.5 Conclusion
    • Module 8 - Wood
      • 8.1 Introduction
      • 8.2 Wood Example 1
      • 8.3 Wood Example 2
      • 8.4 Wood Example 3
      • 8.5 Conclusion
    • Module 9 - Stucco
      • 9.1 Introduction
      • 9.2 Stucco Example 1
      • 9.3 Stucco Example 2
      • 9.4 Conclusion
    • Module 10 - Paint Chips
      • 10.1 Introduction
      • 10.2 Scuffed Wall Marks
      • 10.3 Paint Chips Example
      • 10.4 Conclusion
    • Module 11 - Water
      • 11.1 Introduction
      • 11.2 Water Example 2
      • 11.3 Water Example 3
      • 11.4 Conclusion

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  • What is this course about?

    Graphic Designer Suite is a comprehensive suite comprising of all the significant industry-specific courses ranging from digital painting to designing storyboard layout. As graphic designing is an integral part of branding, publications, posters, print advertisements, website graphics, billboards as well as product packaging, employers seek highly competent and proficient graphic designers.

    This training program entails fundamentals of Acrobat XI Professional, digital painting, Photoshop filter techniques, digital matte painting, storyboard design and layout, digital sculpting using Mudbox as well as scene lighting with Mental Ray. Graphic designing gives rise to great websites that help in building the brand of a company, convert the visitors into potential customers and fight the competition.

    Graphic Designer Suite can be learned by anyone and there are no pre-requisites for taking this up.


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