Rotating objects in 3D space


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Rotating objects in 3D space

In this final movie I'll show you how to do something that has nothing to do with blending and masking inside of Illustrator, but it does help us to finish off the artwork, and it's a really cool effect as well. What we're going to do is rotate 2D objects in 3D space in order to create this crest at the top of the sarcophagus and this chiseled text down here below. So I'll go ahead and switch over to my illustration in progress and then I'll turn on the second to top layer, which is called type & crest. And if you click on one of the character outlines, you'll see that I've converted this text to path outlines.

I'm going to press Ctrl+H or Command+H on the Mac, in order to hide those selection edges, and I'll go ahead and zoom in a few clicks as well so that we can see this text up close and personal. Notice that I've created this inner edge using a couple of Fills. So I've got this Fill in front, it's a Gradient Fill, and back of that...

Rotating objects in 3D space
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Rotating objects in 3D space 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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