Adjusting handles and converting points


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Adjusting handles and converting points

In this exercise I'm going to show you a few more ways to modify points and control handles inside of a Bezier curve. And if you'd like to join me I'm working inside of a document called The sharp scales.ai that contains my path in progress. I've only traced a little bit of the left side of the creature's face, its right side of course. And it occurs to me by this point in time that I could do a better job of matching these scales here, these sharp scales, to the scales that I painted in my underlying tracing template.

So I figure what I'll do is, using the white arrow tool, which I've selected, I'll go ahead and marquee a bunch of points like so in order to select those anchor points right there. And now I'd like to see you what the control handles look like, so I can drag them around in order to better match the contours of the tracing template, but the problem is I can't see those control handles. And this of the way it's been inside Illus...

Adjusting handles and converting points
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Adjusting handles and converting points provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS3 One-on-One: The Essentials

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Design
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