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Adobe Illustrator CC 2018 - New Features

Adobe Illustrator CC 2018 - New Features

Daniel Walter Scott


In this free tutorial, we'll look at the small upgrades Adobe has released in Adobe Illustrator CC 2018, I'll also include some upgrades you might have missed from the Adobe Illustrator CC 2017 upgrade. Some of the upgrades included is the puppet pin tool, the new properties panel and the new art-boards functionality Check it out!

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Hi there, my name is Dan. And in this video we're going to cover the new features for the Adobe Illustrator 2018 release. We'll look at the features, I'll give them my very subjective opinion. At the end as well, I'll recap on some of the 2017 features that came out during the year. They kind of just slip in there, and most of us don't catch. Now are these changes revolutionary? Probably not. But Illustrator is a great product. And these changes are kind of small but just make this great product a little bit more joyful to use. So if you are a daily grinder of Illustrator, it's your go-to, do it all the time program, then you'll think these upgrades are amazing. Let's get into it.

First on the list is the Puppet Pin Tool. So have your Vector drawing selected, and I'm going to go down here, where it has a little push pin. And I'm going to click once, clicking once is not a good idea because if I click and drag this, nothing happens. So I need at least two points. So I'm going to do one on his hand, on his armpit, now go back to the hand. Hey, okay? Very cool. It allows me to redraw, or at least reshape my drawings. Draw one kind of standardized shape and I can adjust this guy in all sorts of different ways. What you might have noticed though, with only two points, it kind of pivots around here. So, add a few points, add in armpits, hands, legs. Couple of knees for him, maybe one in the middle, one in the hat. I find that sort of seems to work, keeps some kind of control. You can see now, it kind of wiggles. If you are wanting complete control, can you see, his glasses moving there, you can add another pin there, and another pin here, and the more pins you have, the more kind of rigid he is. As well as the pins, can you see these dotted lines around the outside? If I click, hold, and drag that, I can kind of move it around, don't add another pin. Click and drag this, I can rotate it. Maybe this idea would be a bit better. So I can rotate my pins as well.

Now this is super cool, I guess, but in fact I don't use it very much, I'm more of a Graphic Web Designer. So if you are an Animator or an Illustrator, you might love this tool. Couple of things to watch out for at the moment is that if I click and drag this, you'll notice that he ends up underneath. I can't figure out a way of doing the Pin depth, whose on top. So the Puppet Pin Tool has actually been around a little while in Photoshop and in After Effects. It's a little bit more mature in those options. It is the same way of doing the Pin Depth or Layers for these different pins, which is available in other software.

Other thing to know is that when I put him behind there, say he's scratching his, looks like he's scratching his back, but this is scratching his knee, and I leave it behind there, then I click off, go to something else, and I come back, go to Selector, go back to the Pin Tool, and you're like "Awesome, they're all still there." It's kind of fused the vector, kind of. If I go to Outline mode, you can still see, they're still in there. If I get off this you can still the vectors are in there and I can play with my Direct Selection tool, kind of unpick it. We just know, they kind of get it right the first time or make a duplicate before you start drawing all these things, or at least saving another version. If you had no idea, I got two outlines there. It's 'Command Y' on a Mac, or 'Control Y' on a PC. Just shows you the outlines are off the vectors. Now if you are looking at this and going "Man, wouldn't it be cool if it got animated?" you can start making animated GIFs with your characters.

I want to get on to the other features, but quickly, in After Effects, if I bring in that same illustration, make a new Comp, leave all these defaults, drag the Illustrator file in, there's the Puppet Tool up here, it's in there. I can give him the same kind of pins. Pins, pins, pins… Pins, pins, pins… Zoom in. Now watch this, if I hold down the 'Command' key, so I'm going to click on this, it's still here. Click on the Command key, and drag, and you see the little Timeline moving down the bottom? And if I let go, come back here, you have a total dancing monster thing. Cool, back to Illustrator.

So next new feature is kind of a double one. One is less exciting, so if I pick a 'New' document' and let's say I pick an 'A4' document, click 'Create', by default the new essentials looks like this. Very different, it got the properties of this panel. If you are an existing Illustrator user, which you probably are, you will load up probably with your old, whatever you had last time, but go up to Essentials, click on it, and just have a look at this new format. I love it because it brings us into the next feature, which is Properties. This Properties panel is brand new, kind of like the Attributes panel was. Now I love it, even though I've only just started using it. You can see here, by default it has all sorts of awesome data about your document, your units of measurement. You can turn your rules on and off in here, and this one here, handy, everyone forgets where the Pixel grid, or the Transparency grid is. You can turn all your guides, lock them, turn smart guides on and off. Overall snapping, especially snapping the pixel stuff. And I do a lot of web work, and icons, keyboard increments. That's for when I draw my shape, and I want to use my Selection Tool and just use my arrow keys on my keyboard, and just tap it along.

At the moment, by default, if I click in the background here, it uses 0.3mm. If you are in inches, it would be different, obviously. But you can turn that right down if you want to get real fine support. So I do 0.01. And now when I click it, it just moves in. You can barely see it moving, it's moving in such small increments. And if you hold 'Shift' while you're doing that exact same thing it turns up whatever that number in here is by 10. You can move in nice big chunks. And this thing here, 'Scale Stroke & Effects' is probably the most exciting, because as a trainer-- let's add a Stroke to this guy here. A nice big one, and if I scale it down holding 'Shift' to scale it down, it doesn't scale a stroke around the outside by default which is a little weird sometimes, especially when I'm teaching new people. So I click in the background now, and I say, 'Scale Stroke & Effects'. Now if I scale it down, can you see, the stroke around the outside got smaller proportionately. Super helpful stuff. This has all been there before. It's just been hidden away in Preference menus. And this one here, weirdly, in the Transform menu. So happy to see it here, super helpful, super easy, same with Document Setup.

You can jump in here and adjust your Units, Bleed, all sorts of awesome stuff. So that's with nothing selected, but if I have an object selected, Fill and Stroke are here. You can obviously still use your old options but it's nice and easy in here, same with Opacity. Your Transform panel is here, and always open, flip horizontal, flip vertical, all this sort of stuff. But if you're experienced, you know where it is. It's just handy to have it here in a contextual menu. Select all the stuff, and it gives you adjustments for this particular thing. Now just keep an eye on Quick Actions. This will depend on what you have selected. This will give you specific stuff for your object. You can see in here, 'Align to Pixel Grid', which we'll look at later on. My Arrangement panel, bring front, backwards all sorts of really nice stuff. Really good idea, same with Type. You can see in here, I've got my Character panel, my Paragraph panel. Great outlines, you guys are awesome. Nice work, Illustrator. Puppet Pin Tool, I'm probably not going to use, but this Properties panel here could change my Illustrator life. If you don't like it, don't worry. You can go back to the Essentials Classic, and go back to this view here. All right, on to the next feature.

So the next new things about Illustrator is to do with Artboards. So I'm going to create a new Artboard. Let's say I do a lot of UI design for Mobile apps. So I'm going to pick an iPhone 6S. Great! So we got an Artboard, this isn't new but there have been some things with the Artboard. So if I grab my Artboard tool, which is this guy down the bottom here. And have him selected, you can see, I can make a new Artboard and it pops in next to it, that's fine, and I always add a bit more space. The upgrade is, I can select them both at the same time now. Whereas before, I had to select them separately, and adjust them. And that was a big pain, so it’s just a little change for Artboards. The other little change is that you can now have a maximum of 1000 Artboards. I have no idea who needed that change. It's definitely not me, if you've got 1000 Artboards in one Illustrator file you got a hard job.

Let me make one more, I'm holding 'Alt' while I'm dragging to add another one. I'll make another one. So I've got four of them now. So, to select them all, hold 'Shift', and just click them, or if you click off just into one you can hold your 'Shift' key down, and just drag a box around them all. That might be a nice and easier way to do it. So, what else has got upgraded? You can now align and distribute Artboard, which is super useful. So this, my Line panel here, I can, let's say they got a little bit off, and I can align them up, I can hit this 'More' button here, and I can distribute centers just to get everything lined up nicely. One of the other new upgrades, is that, say I've done my iPhone styles-- I'm going to hold down 'Alt' on my PC, or 'Option' key on a Mac and drag out another set. But let's say I want to do some-- I select all of these now, I can say, actually all of this group is iPad. And the cool thing about that is that if it had Artwork on it, it would get duplicated as well.

So again, here, shows me how good my 'Arrange & Distribute' is. Holding 'Shift', grabbing all these guys, and say in here, 'Align & Distribute', please. Still not quite enough room, that's okay. Let's say I've got it, and I'm working on different sizes, we are at Mobile, and it's all getting a little bit out of control. What I can do is select them all. I just did 'Command A' on my Mac, or 'Control A' on my PC. Grab all my Artboards, and I can use this one here, it says, 'Rearrange All', this is handy. I can say I want them all going from left to right and I want a space between them. Big space, of like 1000 pixels. And they will just stack nicely and be nice, where it tidies up your Artboards. Likewise in there, there's an option to go 'Columns', so I can say, I want, say 2 columns, and I'm going to run it left to right, and 100 pixels. So just stacks them all nicely, and rearranges them. Those are the upgrades to the Artboards. Let's move on to my favorite now, Type Upgrades.

First of the new font additions for Illustrator 2018 is something called a Variable Font. Let's say this font here, Museo, I like it as a family, there is Sans Serif, there is the Slab version, and in this Museo Slab, you can see here, I've got a few different weights. I've got Italics. It's great, it's a nice usable font, but imagine I want a condensed version, there is none. Or I want a white that doesn't exist here. A little bit heavier, or just somewhere in between one of these. That's where Variable Font's going to come in. What it means is, if I drop down my Character panel here, we're looking for these ones that are open type fonts but have this 'VAR' next to them, they're variable fonts. So I'm going to pick this one here. And what will happen is, it's not popping up in this menu, but if I click these little dots here and it's this option here, in your Character panel. Let's open it up so you can see, 'Window', 'Type', 'Character' panels. And it's this option here, so whenever you pick a Variable Font, you get this option. Hey, look at this.

So I can't just pick a weight, I can pick any weight. How good is that? Get it down to the-- if you are watching this, and you don't really mind about fonts, not a big deal, but if you are a Typographer, it's amazing that you can pick any sort of weight you want. Same with the width or our Condensed font. And it's not just making it narrower, you'll notice that the actual fonts change. They're being designed at all these different levels. The poor Typographer who had to work out that! 'Slant', here's my Italics. And again, it's not just sliding it over. The Typographer has gone through and made adjustments. The drawbacks of this is that there are very little fonts that are available. That will change. And some of the fonts that are built into Illustrator, let's say, I was looking at this one, 'Source Sans' I use Source Sans a bit for web stuff. And you'll notice in here-- ah, this was white. So this font here has been only adjusted for white. Keep an eye on as well, as they release new fonts. Adobe are releasing them, Google, Windows, a few of the big players are releasing variable fonts. I'm pretty excited.

Another little upgrade is this panel here, my Character panel. Watch this, kind of like Live Updates. If I roll across these, can you see, it goes in the background rather than going, "Come on big font," you're just kind of like you just kind of guess, and then have to drop down again. Is that useful? Kind of. We can notice here as well, instead of going to the verbal font there's some preset versions, or default versions as well as your adjustments. Weirdly it's not working over here for me at the moment, the live adjustments. I had lied, they are working now. Works for Leading and Adjustment as well. I need to have a bit of Type that has Leading. They're just really, really handy. Just a small upgrade, but super handy.

So the next Type upgrade in Illustrator is something called Stylistic Sets. It refers back to the Glyphs panel really. We knew, in the past, if I typed in something, and I typed in 'Queen', I picked a font, I'll pick 'Lust'. And the cool thing about it is that a font like this has a lot of Glyphs, so if I highlight this one here, you'll notice in the new version, or at least the 2017 version, the Glyphs pop out automatically, which is cool. And I can go through and say, "I like this one, and this one". You can spend a bit of time fiddling with this. And that's great for when you're working with Type. You have a bit of time to spend, but Stylistic Sets is the difference between that, think of it as, what we just did is a manual way of picking Glyphs, what we can do though, is use the Stylistic Set and that set is defined by the actual Type designer, or the Typographer.

So if we go to 'Window' and open up 'Type' and we'll go to 'OpenType', what we're looking for first of all is, see this icon here, and not all fonts have Stylistic Sets. This might be grayed out if yours doesn't have it, but if it does, look at this guy here, if I drop him out, let's look at doing this one, but I'm going to zoom in a little bit because we were looking at this, L joins the baseline. You might hate that bit of a font and you need it straight up and down. You can see there, it's gone through and done that for all of the 'L's. So that's one of the things that the Typographer has done. Let's look at 'Alternate a'. We've got this kind of like traditional Typographer’s 'a' but not the way we draw it, watch this, 'a', all the 'a's switched out. Instead of going, and finding, and replacing all the 'a's with this one here, 'Body Copy' super easy using Stylistic Sets, I've left that one, left that one on. 'g', '1', and '0', let's turn that on. So let's go to-- just type in 'g10'. Select it all, let's have a look at those ones. These are actually not universal. This is, whoever sat down to do this font decided that they're going to do these particular features. And they got to name these as well. So you can see, 'Serifed', it's not a 1. It is an I, a capital I. This font by default is just a stick which looks like a L, or 1. So if you have a font, you need to be very clever with that one, you could use this Stylistic Set that says 'Serified I'. You can see, puts an I in there. And 'Slashed zero'. And 'Alternate g'. How cool is that! I love it!

Let's have a look at this font here. Look at these Stylistic Sets. It's just going to go through and have a look at different ones. You can turn them on and off, this is kind of like a Top Swoosh. This one's got a Bottom Swoosh. There's No Bottom Swooshes on this one. There is, turn 1 off. That one there seems to be connected, you can't have that one with that one on. So have a play around with the different sets. These haven't been named very well in Lust. They should probably use my Bottom Swoosh terminology. But some of them have, and some of them are called Sets. That I am excited about. So last of the Type upgrades is when I have this selected, and I switched to Libraries in the past when I want to add this I could only add it as a graphic, and I added it. That was cool, but when I wanted to use it later on it was like this graphic non editable text. There is a way of going into it and figuring it all out. But what you can do now is with it selected, you'll notice that this is a brand new option, Text. And the cool thing about it is that if I add it-- click on the 'Add' button, it's in there as actual text, and when I drag it out, it is actual editable text. What's also cool is that if you dump it in there with a Paragraph Style or a Character Style, that will come along for the ride. Also, that bit of text can actually be used in InDesign as well. Will bring through Paragraph Styles. All right, next feature.

The next feature is exporting, using the Asset Panel. So, 'Window', and go down to 'Asset Export'. This thing here was in an earlier version, I love it. One of the problems was, is that if I try to drag in multiple objects in one big group it turned it into one big Asset, but I want to drag it out, watch this, they're all separate now. They're all grouped separately and that's how it defines which are the different objects, which is cool, and if you still do want one big Asset, I can select them all again, and while I'm dragging in there, hold down the 'Alt' key on a PC, or 'Option' key on a Mac. You can see, they are all joined again. So I just make sure they're grouped, then they can be exported. If you've never used this before, I can click on these guys, and say actually I want you to be PNG, or JPEG, or SVG, which is Vector. Same with the PDF. Then I can click 'Export', and it will all export separately.

Another cool little export feature is, say you're a person who likes to use Layers to separate things out. at the moment, this guy here is all in one layer. Let's just say, I select all these guys, there's an option in here that says 'Release to Layers'. So I've separated them all in their own layers, I'll get them out of this one. Get rid of you, get rid of the original one. So they're all in their own layers. That's not a new trick, that's been there for a while. So we've separated all the groups into layers. And let's say that's the way you like to work, you like to have all sorts of different designs on different layers, but now I can select all, or just one of them. All of them, but one of them. Can you see this option down here, this is brand new, 'Collect for Export'. It does the exact same thing, kind of dumps all in the Export Panel as separate little objects from those layers. Then we can decide what kind of format we want, and then hit 'Export'. The Asset Export panel was awesome. It's got even better in this version. Thank you, Adobe. Next feature, please.

All right, this upgrade is like an anti-upgrade. Just a small little option that a lot of people complained about to me is that in 2017 they made the default as, where I have something selected, and I'm up here, and try to zoom in using my 'Command +' on my Mac, or 'Control +' for a PC to zoom in, it centers wherever you have your selection. Doesn't matter where you move, if you hit 'zoom in', it centers in again. I love that, lots of people don't, and there was no way of turning it off, but we can, in this option. If that's been driving you mad go up to 'Illustrator CC', 'Preferences', 'Selection'. If you're on a PC, go to 'Edit', down the bottom, there'll be 'Preferences', and go to 'Selection'. So in here there's an option that says 'Zoom Selection', turn that off now if I have that selected. Goes back to all default, it just zooms into the middle of the document. I'm going to turn mine back on because I love it, but I think I'm in them already. All right, next feature.

This next little upgrade is, when I'm making a new document, it means that I can do Maths in these little boxes now. We haven't been able to do that before. It's really handy if you need, say a print document and it needs to be A4, go to the presets and there's A3, but there's no A2 as a preset. I'm not sure why it's not there but I'm doing a poster, it's in these many centimeters, but I know, A2, so it's double than A3. So in here, times, which is the asterisk '*' key, and I grab you, and I times you by 2. Now I have double A3, which is A2. Or it might be that, you need a document and you just need to add say 3 millimeters either side for Bleed, and it adds it there easy. I didn't add millimeters, I added centimeters. But you get the idea, all Maths can be done in these options now. In the 2017 version, it couldn't be done. This feature also works in InDesign and Photoshop as well. Just so you know you can divide by '/', plus '+', minus '-', and times, which is asterisk '*'. Awesome! Next feature.

The next change to Adobe Illustrator 2018 is, now if you make Swatches, they become Global Swatches by default. This might make a difference to you. Global Swatches have been around a little while. I'm going to open up my Swatches panel. All they mean is, let's say I've got this selected, I want this to be a Swatch, so I'm going to say 'New Swatch', and I click 'OK'. And by default it's this thing called a Global Swatch, and you can tell the differences. Can you see over here, it's got like a little triangle in the corner. Means that it is a Global Swatch. What is a Global Swatch? Say if I pick another non Global Swatch, pick any of these. So two colors, one of them is Global, one of them is not. You can see here, if I click off, have nothing selected, and I go and change this pink here, and I go and make it a bit darker, it changes in the Swatch, but didn't change this color here, but if I change this Global color, make it a bit darker look what happens, it changes this. So it's just something to be aware of, but that's going to happen to you, and if you've never used Global Swatches before you might find that quite useful. Just knowing that there's such a thing as Global Swatch. You can make any Swatch Global, double click it and go up to Global. Click 'OK', and that's now Global, and you need to apply it. And now when you apply that to different shapes, they're connected. All right, next feature.

So that's actually the end of the 2018 upgrades but what I'll show you is a few of the ones that slipped through during 2017. What Adobe doesn't do now is wait for big launches to release all their products. What they do is, during the year you get an upgrade, and some things will upgrade, and if you're like most people in the world you won't even go and check what's new, so let's have a quick look at what actually has been released in the past 12 months that I bet you probably didn't even know got released. Just the useful stuff.

The first one is Cropping. If you're like me-- everyone does it this way, right? You grab the Rectangle Tool, you draw it across. That thing there, you grab these two guys and then you go 'Command 7' to crop. Or you go the long way, up to 'Object', 'Clipping Mask', and 'Make'. The only trouble with this is that, kind of that object is still there, still hiding in the background you can see it there, you can kind of move it around and it's kind of cool that way, but there is lots of problems. If I go to 'Window', and I use 'Asset Export', if I drag this whole thing, you'll notice that it actually puts the whole thing around the outside. Not just the inside bit. They're actually bounding box that I said is the whole thing around. So, a person makes file sizes really big, say he just uses a little small part of this, and export the PDF, that whole image is in there. So, thing you didn't notice is, with it selected there's this option now called 'Crop Image'. It says, "Don't worry." It's not going to affect the original because I’ve linked this image actually when I imported it. So it says, "Don't worry, the original's going to stay the same" but what I can do now is do a Crop. Kind of a Photoshop Crop, hit 'return', and double click. All those pixels are actually gone forever. I don't know why there are two versions of this. So that's the Cropping Tool that you probably missed.

So next feature that got released lately is, if I go to 'Type', and I've got some specific fonts I always use, people forget that this option here now exists, the 'Favorites' part. So if you are a person who keeps using one, you have to keep going through all of this list, and kind of looking for your crop of fonts, is you can actually just star ' * ' a few of them. The ones that you use all the time, just turn that on and you get a nice cut-down favorite list. Especially good if you're working in an agency or a company that uses the same fonts over and over again, stops you having to look through it all, turn it off by clicking it again. All right, next feature.

Another thing that Adobe have introduced is Templates. Especially for Illustrator. If I go 'File', 'New', now in here, if I go to 'Print' you'll see down the bottom here there's some Template options, there's 23 of them. they're free to use, and the cool thing about them is that-- just get you started for a new design especially if you are a new designer, or don't use Illustrator that often, who don't do a lot of Type design that often, click on this one, there's an option here that says 'Download'. Already downloaded this one, I'm going to open it. You can see, it's all ready to go using TypeKit fonts. There's actually two color options in this case. And if there's any stock imagery, often they'd be replaced by gray boxes and you'll have to put in your own images, but templates, super easy to get started with some nicely designed documents, all ready to go.

Next feature is to do with the Libraries. You might already be using libraries which are awesome, if you're not, get started, I'm going to create a new library here for this project. This is going to be '3D Characters', 'Create' it. And all you do is drag stuff into it. You probably already know how to do that. Couple of things, is that, up here in this fly out menu you've got things like 'Collaborate'. Collaborate means-- Collaborate's awesome, it means I can send it to a colleague and they have the ability to see this 3D Characters Library as well. So when they add stuff to it, I see it, and vice versa. I find this is really good when I'm working with logos, and fonts and stuff on a shared client. Or say, it's our company, all of our company logos, fonts, colors in there. And it's a shared one across the whole agency. One of the newer features is that in here there's one that says 'Share Link'. That's really good if you want to share out with an external source, so that they can view this library, but they can't edit, add, and update. They just get to see, they get to click, hold, and drag stuff out but they can't edit it, they can't adjust it, it's locked down. So those are the two options, Collaborate, or Share Link. Both have their purposes.

One last thing before we leave Libraries is, if I add something in here and then I go and try drag it out later on, it's linked, and that's fine. I like that, it means that if I update this option this guy comes along for the ride. But there's often times I just want this to come out and be a raw Vector shape. All you need to do is hold down 'Option' on a Mac, or 'Alt' on a PC. Hold it down while you're dragging it out. You'll see, now, he is vector shaped, ready to go, and ready to be edited rather than linked to our Library. This works for Photoshop, InDesign, After Effects, Premiere as well. If you want to bring it in, and leave it, and make it editable, hold down 'Alt' or 'Option'. Next feature, please.

This is going to be our last feature. Why? Because I can probably go on forever. So, let's call it here, and look at this last one, and it is 'CC Markets'. This has been around for a little while, but it's amazing that people don't know about it. If you go to 'Creative Cloud' app, if you're on a Mac, it's up here, if you're on a PC, it’s probably down the bottom right, you're looking for this little wave here, this CC wave. Find 'Assets', then find 'Market', and yours will look like this. Click on this little 'Search' button, and let's say we're building this website here, and we need some social icons. Am I going to go and design social icons or find them from each of these sites? No, I'm going to go and find some other ones designed by people. You can see, these ones have been made, kind of like hand drawn version. There is some other ones. There's just lots here, I can keep scrawling. Watch this, I keep going down the bottom, and it keeps loading more in here. So, social icons after social icons.

What I do is, I go through, and let's say I like this one here, I click on it. I'm looking for a SVG or AI file because I want it to be in Illustrator. I click 'Download'. Where to? I'll put it to that '3D Characters' library. What's really cool is that they are commercial use, I can use them for free. Watch this, I can just drag these guys out. Lovely! I'm going to run through the icons. I'm going to ungroup them, and now, ungroup them even. Now I've got all my icons to start using in my design. It's just really super easy to use Adobe Market. I find there's more kind of generic stuff. You'll find lots of UI items like buttons and designs for websites. You'll find lots of vector icon type things. You're not going to find any stock images, but you will find-- let's have a little look here. In here, type in 'UI design'. If you are new to it, and if you're looking for some ideas, you can see here, lots of awesome ideas to get started, and you get to use them commercially, which is nice. So, think, I need a Home button for my website, and I want to use an icon, here we go. Now, I'm using it for this web thing here, obviously you can use it for anything, print, web, or app design. Just a really super useful feature that not many people know about.

All right, so that is going to be it. I can keep talking about new features and things that I enjoy in Illustrator for ages. So we'll leave it there. Those are the features for 2018 and also some of the ones for 2017 that got slipped in there. If I don't already, there'll be a full course for Illustrator Essentials and an Illustrator Advanced course on Make sure you check out the other videos I've made around the other 2018 releases, check those out. All right, good members, that is going to be it. haere rā, and I will see you in another video.