Submitted by colleen on 15 November 2013 - 8:11pm.
This week's Feedback Loop episode is brought to you by the dekeOmmunitarian known as "Sponge.Tool," who wonders why Deke chose to omit coverage of the Perspective Grid in his latest Illustrator CC One-on-One: Mastery update. Here's the conversation:
Good stuff, but....
Submitted by Sponge.Tool on 25 October 2013 - 12:49pm.
Why no more love for Perspective Drawing?, I noticed it didn't show up as a chapter in the CS6 Mastery course either.
Anyway, as always, glad to see this out, buttons pressed -'Queued' for viewing.
Yeah, I mulled over that one
Submitted by deke on 30 October 2013 - 7:20am.
What with the ongoing nature of the Creative Cloud, we're trying to create courses that I can update every so often on a moment's notice, whether in the event of impending necessity or just because we have nothing better to do.
The Perspective Drawing feature was one of those things that didn't seem to gain a lot of traction last time around. So I left it out this go around. But if anyone feels like, "Good Gawd, you fool, you've made a terrible blunder!" please tell me, and I'll either pretend I didn't hear you or get to work pronto.
Given the incessant nature of CC, I have a feeling you'll be telling me, "Good Gawd, you fool, you've made a terrible blunder" an awful lot in the upcoming months. Which is okay, b/c given my haughty nature, I need to be reminded of that.
OK, some observations: 1) Deke, I would not want to mess with this community member should you ever decide to omit coverage of the Sponge tool, and 2) are we sure this is really Deke, because it's time-stamped at 7:20 a.m.
More to the point, 3) You can still see Deke's take on the Perspective Grid in Deke's Illustrator CS5 One-on-One: Mastery course. I tested it out, and as near as I can tell the only thing you'll have to extrapolate is that the Illustrator interface is now a tasteful dark grey by default. There are even a few free movies for those of you who aren't members of lynda.com. (You can click any blue link in the Table of Contents for any course at lynda.com and see unlocked movies.) If you're too lazy to even do that, here's one:
Of course, if that inspires you to study Illustrator (CC, CS6, CS5, CS4...) Read more »