Building base vector shapes: Part two


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Building base vector shapes: Part two

I'm going to try to go as fast as I can and only talk when I really think I need to cover something. Ok here's, here's one where I know what I want but it's easier to do a 90 degree. So I'm going to go. Cloned. And see Cmd+F. I'm going to slide this over. Grab the Rectangle tool. Snap it to this one. Add these points. Drag it down. Snap it to that. Select this.

Fuse them together using Pathfinder. Select this circle Cmd+C Cmd+F, make sure it's not in front, select it with that shape and punch that out. So, what I end up with is the shape and it's just easier to do 90 degrees rather than trying to do it at an angle. I'll group this. I'll bring it down, I'm going to take this anchor point and I'm going to snap it right. Doesn't look like it's snapping right, let me zoom in on that. Okay, so we're going to take this we're going to snap it right to there and then.

Zoom out so you can see what I'm doing now. Now we're going to take the Rot...

Building base vector shapes: Part two
Video duration: 16m 44s 1h 18m Intermediate

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Building base vector shapes: Part two provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Von Glitschka as part of the Artist at Work: From Sketch to Finished Vector Illustration

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Design
Software:
Illustrator
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