Applying attributes in the Appearance panel


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Applying attributes in the Appearance panel

In this movie I'll show you how to combine a pixel-based tile pattern along with a couple of strokes along a single path outline inside the Appearance panel. So here's my final train running along the train tracks, and just about everything that you're seeing here was built inside the Appearance panel using strokes. We're going to start things off by creating this top horizontal train track effect that's found on the first artboard, and we're going do so inside of this base file right there. So these are all the path outlines I'm giving you.

This thing is going to be the train. This thing is going to be the big train track around the enclosed artboard, and so forth. So you'll be doing all of the work yourself. All right! I'm going to press Shift+Page Up in order to zoom in on the first artboard and I'll go ahead and select this top horizontal line to make it active. Then go to the Window menu and choose the Appearance command in order to bring up...

Applying attributes in the Appearance panel
Video duration: 6m 15s 11h 2m Advanced

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Applying attributes in the Appearance panel provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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Illustrator
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