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Copying and pasting a custom shape

Copying and pasting a custom shape: No Drawing Necessary: Custom Shapes in Photoshop
Copying and pasting a custom shape: No Drawing Necessary: Custom Shapes in Photoshop

In this video, Deke shows you how to copy one of Photoshop’s several hundred predefined, vector-based custom shapes and paste it into Adobe Illustrator. Turn on Photoshop’s Export Clipboard checkbox. When Illustrator asks you how to paste the vector-based shape, select Compound Path, not Compound Shape. Also, learn how to scale the path outline, as well as reshape it with the help of the White Arrow, aka Direct Selection tool.

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Design Illustration Illustrator Photoshop

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