Using the Offset Path command


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Using the Offset Path command

We're now looking at the shapes that I united in the previous exercise and if you want to catch up with me I'm working inside of the document called United shapes.ai that's found inside the 06_Edit_transform folder, and I'm still viewing the shapes, and I'm still viewing this one continuous path here inside of the outline mode. If I wanted to see it in the preview mode I would Control or Command click on the Little Orphan Annie eyeball over there in the Layers palette. And there it is. Now, it strikes me at this point that my fingers are too thin and I need to thicken them up a little bit and one way to thicken them up would be to go ahead and select this shape and give it a stroke. Notice that there's no stroke assigned to this shape right now. So I could go to the Stroke palette and I would say, Hey I want 6 points of stroke, give it to me. And then it would go and thicken up those lines, would it not, by stroking the outlines and recall that when you're a...

Using the Offset Path command
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Using the Offset Path command 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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