Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating paths for multiple objects, part of Artistic Concepts with Bert Monroy.
Now, I usually use the Pen tool to create the paths that will generate the general …shapes of things, like the girders and pretty much the tracks and the boxes back here. …Everything's done with a series of paths. Now, in certain cases, I need to create …multiple paths, getting in close here like this, and we see this railing that's …going back in space. There's another one back here in this …other side, which also has the same kind of an effect and you can see it's small, …getting real closer to where they're much larger. …And you can see that they're basically the same shape, but multiple times, going …all the way back in space. And in fact, this one's skewed a little …more 'cuz there's a slight change to the angle of this last railing here.…
We're going straight across. Now, here's a case where I will rely on …Adobe Illustrator to create those basic paths. …Because it has one feature that Photoshop currently doesn't have and that is the …Blend tool for blending paths. So let's switch here to Illustrator and …
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