Scalloped edges with Pucker & Bloat


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Scalloped edges with Pucker & Bloat

I am going to show you how to take this outermost circle here. We're going to scallop the edges, then we're going to combine all of the shapes in order to merge the strokes together and we're going to do this inside of this illustration if you like. It represents my progress so far and it's called Twisted circles.ai found inside the 10_select_enhance folder and by all means, if you are still working inside that original lace making file, definitely stick with it, no reason not to. All right, I'm going to grab this outermost circle and when I say grab I mean I'm going to click on it with my Black Arrow tool and then I'm going to go up to the Effect menu and I'm going to choose this command right there Distort & Transform and then I'll choose Pucker & Bloat.

Now once you see the Pucker & Bloat dialog box, go ahead and make sure that the Preview checkbox is on and then keep an eye on what happens. If I move the slider triangle over to the left...

Scalloped edges with Pucker & Bloat
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Scalloped edges with Pucker & Bloat provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS4 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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