Applying the 3D Revolve effect


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Applying the 3D Revolve effect

So we have already applied a 3D effect called Extrude to an object. An extrude basically take a two-dimensional object and extends it back into space adding depth to it. Another type of 3D effect in Illustrator was called Revolve and that basically adds a third dimension to an object by revolving or rotating this particular object around an axis. So to describe this feature I'll show you one of very basic shape, like a regular rectangle first, and then we'll quickly move into a much more complex shape. Using my Rectangle tool, I'll simply draw out a small rectangle about this big. I'll set its stroke weight to None, and I'll go ahead and I'll change the color over here to red.

Now with my object selected, let's move it again just over to the side here, so that we should be able to have some room to look at the dialog box here, and I'll choose Effect > 3D and then I'll choose Revolve. I just want to focus on this section here on the top here. So I&#...

Applying the 3D Revolve effect
Video duration: 5m 22s 9h 42m Intermediate

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Applying the 3D Revolve effect provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator CS4 Beyond the Basics

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Design
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Illustrator
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