Styling and eyedropping


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Styling and eyedropping

All right gang, we now have two continuous paths, one internal hand and then one offset hand that represents the beveled edge. All that we need to do now is draw a circle in the background and fill and stroke the shapes to achieve the final effect. I'm working inside of a catch up document called Offset shapes. ai that's available to you inside the 06_Edit_transform folder and I'll tell you what I'm going to do. I'm going to go grab my Ellipse Tool here and I'm going to start dragging from right about here I believe is a good location start.

I'll begin my drag and then midway into the drag I'll press and hold the Shift and Control keys or the Shift and Command keys the Mac. Shift so that it constrains the shape to a circle. Control or Command so that I drag from one arc to the other. Remember that you have to press these keys in the midst of dragging because, if you press them at the outset of the drag and in particular the Control or Command key, you...

Styling and eyedropping
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Styling and eyedropping provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS3 One-on-One: The Essentials

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Design
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