Applying the Make with Mesh envelope distortion


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Applying the Make with Mesh envelope distortion

So we have discussed that when it comes to Warps inside of Illustrator, those are applied as live effects, but envelopes themselves are actually defined by a mesh. In Illustrator, we know that we can start to create an envelope by first taking a Warp and converting it to a mesh, but if we know that we want to go ahead and we want to modify an object anyway using a mesh, we can get started by creating an envelope right with a mesh when they get go. So let's see how we do that. I'm going to start off in this document here called make_envelope. I'll click on this Groundswell logo right here. I'll use my regular Selection tool to select the entire group. I'm going to go over here to the Object menu, I'll choose Envelope Distort and then I'll choose Make with Mesh.

So here the Envelope Mesh dialog box appears asking me how many rows or columns I want in my mesh. Obviously, the more rows and columns I create, the more control I'll have, but I mean I need all ...

Applying the Make with Mesh envelope distortion
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Applying the Make with Mesh envelope distortion 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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