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Working with effects

Illustrator includes a lot of really fun Live Effects. And they are called Live Effects because you can edit them for ever, so let's look at some of them. I'm going to start with a simple one. I am going to click on this star, go to Effect > Distort & Transform and just the name is amusing, Pucker & Bloat. I can move the slider between Pucker and Bloat and I can make a flower and pretty much nothing flat. So remember I started out with a star and now I have what sort of looks like a little daisy. Click OK. Actually that shape hasn't changed.

If I go up to View and Outline, you'll see that it's really still that star. And what that means is that I can edit this over and over again. And here is a little tip, if I want to change the state of that Pucker or Bloat, I don't go back up to Effect, let's see what happens if I try that. Illustrator says, well, now this is going to sort of double up; are you sure you don't want to change this. Maybe you want ...

Working with effects
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Working with effects provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Claudia McCue as part of the Print Production Fundamentals

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