Incorporating hatch patterns


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Incorporating hatch patterns

When it comes to Hatch, most AutoCAD veterans will appreciate the way the feature has been implemented on the Mac. That's because the Hatch functionality has a very classic look and feel. In this lesson, we are going to create and edit some Hatch. On my screen, I have a drawing of a small decorative fence. Now, this drawing already contains a couple of Hatch patterns; one represents the concrete in the post holes, and the other represents the brick wall. I would like to create a Hatch pattern to represent the ground beneath the fence. So, let's zoom in, we'll center this geometry on screen, and I'll start by creating my Hatch boundary.

I'll launch the Polyline command and I'll start my Polyline at this endpoint, and the geometry I'll be creating is going to be rather free-form. So I am going to turn off my running object snaps momentarily, and then I will create my boundary. I'll work my way up and down till I get to the end, and then I'll turn my runni...

Incorporating hatch patterns
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Incorporating hatch patterns provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD 2011: Migrating from Windows to Mac

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