Outlining strokes


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Outlining strokes

So we know that in Illustrator there are two possible attributes that you can apply to any vector path. One of them is a Fill and then as we discussed one of them is also a Stroke. Now we didn't go into detail about each setting of the stroke itself, but we do know that there were certain basic settings for strokes. For example, if I were to click on this particular stroke right here and select it. If I look at my Stroke panel, I see that the stroke Weight of the thickness of that is 1 point and I have no other fancy settings here. I just have regular plain, Butt Cap settings. Miter Joint is set for corners here and there is no Dashed setting whatsoever.

If I click on this one though, this is the same exact path but it has a different appearance because I set the stroke weight to 20 point, which is much thicker. In fact, all these are the exact same paths. If I go into Outline mode by pressing Command+Y or Ctrl+Y on Windows, I'll see that they are all just regular plain paths, ea...

Outlining strokes
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Outlining strokes provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator CS4 Essential Training

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Design
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Illustrator
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