Adobe Illustrator Day 1

Adobe Illustrator Day 1 ...................................................................................................... 1 The Ellipse Tool.......................................................................................................... 2 The Rectangle / Rounded Rectangle / Polygon / Tools ............................................. 3 Project: Creating and Modifying Shapes ................................................................... 3 The Line Tool ............................................................................................................. 4 The Arc Tool............................................................................................................... 5 The Spiral Tool ........................................................................................................... 5 The Rectangular Grid Tool ......................................................................................... 5 The Polar Grid Tool .................................................................................................... 5 Selection Tools............................................................................................................ 6 Bezier Control Tools................................................................................................... 7 Clock Project............................................................................................................... 8 Creating Point Text ..................................................................................................... 9 Skull Point Text Project ............................................................................................ 10 Area Text – “I Have A Dream” ................................................................................ 12 Path Text ................................................................................................................... 14 The Pathfinder Tool .................................................................................................. 16 Gradient Fill .............................................................................................................. 19 Project: The ants go marching one-by-one… .......................................................... 20 Text Effects............................................................................................................... 22 Compound Path......................................................................................................... 22 Clipping Mask........................................................................................................... 24 More Text Effects ..................................................................................................... 25 The Blend Tool ......................................................................................................... 26

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The Ellipse Tool
1. Create a new document that is 7inches by 7 inches. 2. Click and hold down the mouse key over the shape tools found in the Tool Palette. This will expand the shape tool menu. 3. Select the Ellipse Tool. 4. Drag an ellipse onto the paper. Notice that the ellipse is filled with the foreground color. Delete the ellipse by clicking your delete key. You will draw an ellipse with just a stroke, or outline and make the fill transparent. 5. Select the foreground color and click the None button. The None button looks like a tiny red slash. This will place a red slash over the foreground color and the background color should remain black. Now draw the ellipse. 6. Now you will draw another ellipse directly over the previous ellipse. You can move the ellipse as you draw by holding down the space bar. This will allow you to position the ellipse directly above the first ellipse. 7. Open the Swatches Palette, Window Swatches 8. Click the Stroke selector

9. Change the stroke to green by selecting a green box from the swatches palette. 10. Hit your delete key to remove the ellipse. Now you will do the same thing but this time start in the very center of the first ellipse and hold down your Alt key and draw the ellipse. This will create the ellipse from the center pointout. ALT + Drag an ellipse to create the ellipse from the center point out.

11. Draw another ellipse below the first. While your draw the ellipse, hold down the Shift key to constrain the ellipse to a perfect circle. 12. Now click CTRL + A to select everything on your canvas and hit your delete key to clear your canvas.

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This will add sides to your polygon. This will create sharper corners on your rectangle. 7. Hit your delete key. Delete all of the stars and create another star while holding down the CTRL key. Click the Selection Tool and draw a marquee around both of the rectangles. The Star Tool 1. 3. Draw another star while clicking the up and down arrow keys to adjust the amount of points you wish to the star to have. Select the Rounded Rectangle Tool from the Tool Pallet. Create another rectangle. Select the Polygon Tool and draw a polygon on your work area. 10. The ALT key draws stars that are formed from intersecting polygons. Create a rectangle beneath the ellipse by dragging your mouse. Change the fill to light blue and the stroke to dark blue. while you draw the rectangle hold down the down arrow on your keyboard. 3. however hold down the Shift key. Notice that this constrains the rectangle to a square. Select the Star tool from the Tool Palette. The Shift key snaps the polygon to the upright position. 8. Draw another square directly over the previous square. 4. Draw another star while holding down the ALT key. Delete the polygon and draw another polygon. This will create rounder corners on your rectangle. Draw a star by dragging a star onto the canvas. Create a new document that is 5 inches by 5 inches. Delete all the shapes on the work area by selecting the Selection Tool (Large black arrow) and dragging a marquee around all the shapes. Use the spacebar to adjust the placement.The Rectangle / Rounded Rectangle / Polygon / Tools 1. Delete the polygon by clicking your Delete key. Draw another polygon. 2. Project: Creating and Modifying Shapes 1. Holding down the CTRL key only allows the points to elongate and does not allow the star’s center to grow. Change the fill color to lime green and the stroke color to Dark green. while you are drawing hold down the up arrow on your keyboard. Draw a large rounded rectangle. 5. 9. 6. While you draw the polygon click the up arrow key on your keyboard. 2. Notice that the default polygon is a hexagon. Clicking the down arrow will delete a side. Click Delete on your keyboard. 5. Change the fill to a bright red and the stroke to black. 3 . 4. Delete the rounded rectangle and draw a square by holding down the space bar while drawing.

If you have more time create additional images.2. The Line Tool is new to Illustrator 10. 4 . Use the Selection Tool (Black Arrow) to select each line and increase the stroke of each line. 2. Select the Line Segment tool from the Tool Palette. 4. a. Click and drag a line. 5. Create 5 different shapes. Make each shape look different. b. This will create a line that expands the same distance in opposite directions. The Line Tool 1. The Line Tool is used to draw lines (go figure). Raise the stroke using the Stroke Palette. 6. Repeat step 3 for the four other shapes. Also change the color of the stroke for each line as well. Choose a selection of your choice. Select the swatches palette by clicking the Swatches tab or by selecting Window ► swatches. Increase the weight of the stroke by clicking on Window ► Stroke and raising the weight of the stroke in the Stroke palette. 4. Modify the Shape’s fill i. Create another line however this time hold down the Shift key. Save the file as an AI (Adobe Illustrator File). Create one more line but hold down the ALT key. 7. i. Modify the shape’s stroke color. Click File New 3. Create a new Illustrator document that is 5 inches by 5 inches. 3. Use the Selection tool to select one of the shapes. 5. The Shift key constrains the line tool to 45 degree increments. You can also use a pattern or gradient from the Swatches palette as well. Make sure that the Fill color is selected.

Create a new document that is 5 inches by 5 inches in dimension. The Arc Tool 1. If the arc is upside down hit the F key. separate arcs. 2. While drawing the Spiral hold down the CTRL key and pull the spiral outward. Start from the top middle point of the ellipse’s stroke. Notice that the Up arrow key will increase the amount of coils and the down key will decrease the amount of coils. The Left and Right arrow keys add and subtract pie pieces. To adjust the slope of the arc use the up and down arrow keys. 2. 5 . Click Ctrl + A to select all and hit your delete key to clear the canvas. Select the Arc Tool to trace an ellipse over the top of the key to invert previous ellipse. The document will be 5 inches by 5 inches. Select all of the lines from the exercise above and delete them. This will adjust the decay of the spiral (how tightly the coils are wound). The Spacebar key works the same as with the other shapes (allows you to move the shape around). 3. Beware! Do not pull the spiral inward. Drag out a grid. The Polar Grid Tool 1. Create a Polar Grid. Repeat the steps to continue outlining the ellipse in arcs. 2. Draw a large ellipse that has a black stroke and a Tip! Hit the F transparent fill. The Left and Right arrow keys will add or delete columns. 4. 3. Select the Spiral Tool and draw a spiral. Drag to the left most section of the arc. Create a new Illustrator document. The Shift Key will make the arc a quarter circle. The Alt key will start the arc in the midpoint.8. If you go beyond the first spiral toward the center you can mess up the Spiral Tool! The Rectangular Grid Tool 1. 2. The Up and Down arrow keys add or delete rows. Draw one more spiral. The Spiral Tool 1. 4. Delete the Rectangular grid. 3. This will be done by drawing four your arc. Delete the spiral and now draw another spiral while clicking the up and down arrow keys.

A line b. 5. Move the star to a different location. Rotate the star about 180 degrees. 6 . A star c. Note: If you would like numerical control on any of the above tools simply click with the tool on the canvas. use the resize handles. Open a new document and draw three shapes. To duplicate a object or clone a object click on the object and hold down the ALT key and drag. Place the cursor on the outside of the star’s bounding box. To rotate a shape place your cursor outside the corner of the bounding box and drag your mouse to the left or right. Make the line longer. Drag to rotate. This will create a duplicate of the shape. The Up and Down arrow keys will add radial lines. Selection Tools 1. To resize the star while keeping the width and height in proportion. Select the Selection Tool and click on the star 3. 8. Your cursor will change to a bent arrow. a. To make the line longer simply drag the bounding box corners. Click on the object and drag. Make a duplicate of the star. 6. 9. 7. Click on the Selection Tool and select the line. hold down the Shift key while resizing.3. This will bring up a numerical dialogue box. Resize the star by dragging the corner or side handles 4. A triangle 2. To resize the star. If you would like to resize the shape with respect to the center hold down the ALT key.

7 . Imagine each handle as being a magnet. Only the end point that you clicked on. Distort the circle using the above method. Place the Direct Select Tool over the stroke of the circle until a small white circle appears. 3. Next you will change the angle at which the line sits. To select the other endpoint first click in a blank section of the canvas to deselect the object and then select the endpoint that you wish to change. Fill the circle with a bright red color. You will turn the triangle into a scalene triangle (no two sides of equal length). When you click the circle you should get small handles that branch off each point. These handles are called Bezier Control Tools. Open a new document that is 5 inches by 5 inches. Select the Direct Select Tool and resize the triangle by hovering over the endpoints and dragging the endpoints. Note: When you place the cursor over the endpoint a small circle will appear next to the arrow cursor indicating that you are hovering over an endpoint. When you move the handle the section of the circle next to the handle will stretch as if trying to follow the magnet. Increase the line’s stroke by selecting the line with the Selection Tool (black arrow) and use the Stroke palette. Draw a circle by holding down the shift key and dragging an ellipse. In order to change the angle you must first select the Direct Select Tool (the white arrow). Remember that holding down the control key will constrain the ellipse to a circle. 12. Click the Direct Selection Tool. If you do not get the small handles click in a blank section of the canvas and try again. 11.10. 2. Now click on one of the endpoints of the line and drag. Select the Triangle. look for the small white circle to appear when using the Direct Select Tool. Notice it does not move the opposite end point. Bezier Control Tools 1. Again.

Sample Clock Project Use your Illustrator Skills to create a clock. click the Text tool. click the Selection Tool. Use the Text Tool to create the numbers. An example is shown below. 8 . You must type the number. and type the next number to make each number an individual text object.

9. 13. 16. Adobe does not recognize a text box and will not wrap the text. Since I will add text to the end of the sentence I will double click at the end of the word Illustrator. This will place the second sentence on a new line. Notice that when you change the orientation the type is backwards. 7. Erase any spaces that exist between the first and second sentence. Create a new letter sized Illustrator document Activate the Type tool by clicking on the T Click where you would like the type to begin Type “I am learning Adobe Illustrator.Creating Point Text 1. You will no longer see the blue line under the text object. Text that starts from a point and ends at a point. 11. You may have to switch to the Selection tool to drag the text back into place so that you can view the text object. do not work with point text. You can change how text is aligned in reference to the point (the point is located in front of the first word of the text object). 2. 5. To edit the text object simply double click anywhere within the text object. Double click after the first sentence. Add the following to the above text object “After today I will be an Illustrator pro. To fix this you must type the paragraph last sentence first. This is not a text box. 8. 18. Adobe will move the work area over as you type. 14. To change your text orientation simply click on Type ► Type Orientation ► Vertical. The other two options. This will change the two sentence’s font size to 24 pt.” Do not worry if it appears that you are running out of canvas. 12. 3. 10. Notice that a bounding box appears around your text. Justify Full Options and Justify Line Options. Now you will add line breaks to the sentence. Click on Window ► Type ► Character and change the text size to 24 pt. 6. Why? I have no clue! 9 .” Now click on the black arrow Selection tool. Click the Right align option and notice the results. 15. Click on the Selection Tool (dark arrow) and move the text back onto the canvas. You are currently working with Point text. 4. They work with area text. Hit the Enter key. To deselect the point text object click on a section of blank canvas. Click the center option to align the text to the center. 17. Because this is point type. Open the Paragraph palette by clicking on Window ► Type ► Paragraph. Currently the text is aligned to the left.

Apply a black stroke to the arc and adjust the weight of the stroke to 2 (Window ► Stroke).Skull Point Text Project You will use Adobe Illustrator to create a science poster illustrating the anterior view of the human skull. Click file ► Place and browse to skull. Nasal b. 2.psd Click on Place Convert the psd file to an object and click OK. 5. 7. Create an arc that will match the Frontal label to the forehead of the skull. 4. Click on Effect ► Stylize ► Add Arrowheads. You will use the Arc Tool to create call outs (lines that will match the label to the area on the drawing). Maxilla e. 10. Vomer f. Create a new letter sized Illustrator Document. 6. Ctrl + click between each text item to reset the text tool. Mandible Position the labels using the selection tool to match the drawing below. Use the Scale tool to make the skull larger Use the Character Palette to change the text size to 48 point. 10 . a. Zygomatic d. 3. 1. Remember that clicking the F key will flip the arc. 11. Use the Line Tool to activate the Arc Tool. 9. Create the following text labels using the text tool. You will now use the Effect options to create an arrowhead ending for the stroke. if asked. Frontal c. choose to flatten the image. 8.

The Arrowhead dialogue box will appear. 13. Click OK. Use the Arc tool to create an arc from each label to the label’s appropriate location. 11 . Scroll through the arrowhead options until you find the arrowhead that looks like a large black dot.12. Click the Preview check box if you wish to preview the arrow head before applying. You will apply the arrowhead to the end of the arrow. The final result should look like the below picture.

4. The stroke will not matter. 12 . Make sure the rectangle has no fill color. Martin Luther King’s I Have a Dream speech. Select the Text tool and hover the text tool over the edge of the rectangle. You will create the following page layout using an excerpt from Dr. Create a new letter sized Illustrator document. The Area Text tool allows you to fill shapes with text. 2. 3. Use the Rectangle tool to draw a rectangle that will serve as your first text column. Your cursor will change.Area Text – “I Have A Dream” 1. You can fill just about any shape with text however for this exercise you will fill rectangles with text.

Click on the Selection tool (black arrow) and drag a large marquee around the two text boxes. a. Minimize Adobe Illustrator 7. This will turn the rectangle into a Text area. Click Ctrl + A to select the entire document. 13. Jazz up the document by adding stars to the background. This means that there is more text that cannot fit inside the text rectangle. Use the Rectangle tool to draw a rectangle that will serve as the second column of text. 17. 9. Draw stars. Ctrl + C to copy the document. Object ► Arrange ► Send to Back. This will allow the left over flow text to spill into the empty rectangle. 14. Now we will link the two text rectangles together. You might also wish to adjust the 13 . b. Now that both text boxes are selected you are ready to create the link. The above step should fill the second text box with the leftover text. 16. 6. Click on the edge of the rectangle. Open the I Have a Dream speech word document found in the Illustrator folder. fill them with a light color.5. 8. Click on Type ► Block ► Link c. You must draw another rectangle that will serve as the second column of text. Maximize your Adobe Illustrator Document 10. Notice that a small + sign appears in the bottom of the rectangle. 12. Click on the Text tool and click on the border of the second rectangle. and send them to the back of the document. 15. Paste the I Have a Dream speech text into the text box by clicking Edit Paste 11.

I adjusted the transparency to 40%. Click a white area of the canvas to deselect. 5. 6. Type the following sentence: This is an example of placing text on a path. Window ► Transparency. Path Text 1. 20. Select the Text tool and click on the path. Move and resize the image into position. In the Illustrator file is a word document about the US Constitution.transparency. Mucho Bueno! Note to Presenter: You may wish to show how to fill a non rectangular shape with text. Draw a curvy path on your canvas. 4. 2. In the following exercise you will create a line of text and place that line of text on a bumpy and a spiral path. Set your foreground color to NONE and the path color to whatever you like. File ► Place and browse to the MLK. Notice that when you place the text tool over the path your cursor will change to reflect the use of the Path Text Tool. Create a star shape and fill the star with a copy of that document.gif image. 18. Open a new letter sized Illustrator document 3. Select the Pencil tool from the Tools Palette. Place the picture of Martin Luther King into the document. 14 . 19.

Copy the text 10. Use the Selection Tool (black arrow) to drag the text to the desired location. Select the type tool and click on the path. Use the Spiral tool to create a spiral (bundled with the Line tool). Now to place the above sentence onto a spiral path. Result 15 . 8.7. Remember that you can you your arrow keys to adjust the coil. 9. Paste the text 11. Set the stroke to black and the fill to transparent.

4. You will be using the Pathfinder tools to create a snowman. Use the Selection Tool (black arrow) to select all of the circles. Click the Add to Shape Area option on the Pathfinder palette. Make sure that the circles have a light blue stroke and a transparent fill. Now you will add some “Charcoal” buttons down the middle of the snowman. This will combine all three circles into one shape. Drag the circles so that they overlap each other. Adjust the stroke size to your liking. 16 . Create three circles using the Ellipse tool. Resize two of the circles. medium. 8. 2. Open the Pathfinder Palette. You can either drag a marquee around the circles or Shift click each of the circles. Window ► Pathfinder 5. and small circle. 6. You should have a large. Result 7. Remember that holding the shift key while drawing will constrain the ellipse to a circle. 3. Use the Ellipse tool to create a circle that has a black fill and no stroke.The Pathfinder Tool 1.

Hold down the Alt key and drag a duplicate just below the first button. Use the Selection tool (black arrow) to select the black circle you just drew. Fill the triangle with orange and get rid of the stroke. Use the Ellipse tool to create a circle with a black fill and no stroke. Hold down the Alt key and drag a duplicate of the eye into place. Use the Selection tool to drag and resize the carrot into position. Result 12. The two rectangles are now grouped into a single object. Once the rectangles have been overlapped to form the hat you can now use the Pathfinder tool to combine the two rectangles into one shape. 13. 11. Use the down arrow key while drawing the polygon until you have create a triangle. Continue clicking Ctrl + D until you have 4 buttons. Drag the circle onto the snowman. Hit Ctrl+D to duplicate your last action. Now for the top hat! The hat will be created from two black rectangles (no stroke). 17 . Use the Selection tool (black arrow) to drag the eye into position. Use the Polygon tool to create a triangle that will be used for the nose. Select both of the rectangles and click the Add to Shape Area option on the Pathfinder menu.9. Result 10.

14. Draw to red circles. 17. Move that hat into position using the Selection tool (black arrow). I have my slightly overlapping the carrot nose. The overlapped area will be the mouth. Continue hitting Ctrl + [ until the mouth appears behind the nose. Overlap the circles. Use the Selection tool (black arrow) to select both circles. Click the Intersect Shape Area option on the Pathfinder palette. Result 18. Result 15. What about the mouth? We will be using the Intersect Shape Area option on the Pathfinders palette to draw the mouth. The mouth currently appears to be located in front of the nose. 18 . Drag the mouth into position. You will position the mouth behind the carrot by hitting Ctrl + [ on your keyboard. Click the Expand button on the Pathfinder palette. 16.

3. The Gradient Palette will appear. Create a star with the stroke color of your choice. Draw a circle with the Ellipse tool. Create a new letter sized Illustrator document. Change the gradient type from radial 19 . Click on the left Gradient slider and choose yellow for the fill color (choose from the color palette). Click on the Gradient Fill option located under the Fill and Stroke options.Final Result Gradient Fill 1. 2. Result 5. Click on the right Gradient slider and choose orange for the fill color (choose from the color palette). 4. The next exercise will explain how to fill objects with a gradient fill. Follow the above steps to fill the circle with a light blue to dark blue gradient. Choose Radial for the gradient Type. You have just created a yellow to orange gradient.

to linear. Make this slider Green. Remember that the arrow keys control the amount sides that the polygon will have. Make this slider blue Result MUCHO BUENO! Project: The ants go marching one-by-one… Create the following drawing using your newly acquired Illustrator Skills. 7. Change the first Gradient slider to yellow. This time you will add more than two gradient colors for the fill. Result 6. Add another Gradient slider. Change the last Gradient slider to Red. Apply a gradient to the triangle. Create a triangle using the Polygon tool. 20 . 8. Click between the two to add an additional Gradient slider.

5. I then used the pathfinder tool to Subtract from the shape area. The smile was created by drawing a circle and overlapping the circle with a rectangle. Effect ► Stylize ► Add arrowheads. Example of the last body section 2. (The arrowhead effect applied the hands at the end of the legs). Body is made of 4 circles that have a red to black gradient fill. Each eye was created using two circles. The last body section is made from two circles that have been grouped and Expanded using the Pathfinder tool. Example 21 . Remember that all objects are being stacked on top of each other. The inner circle had a black fill and no stroke. The ball on the end of the arc was created by applying an effect to the arc. This will cut from the circle any area overlapped by the rectangle. The outer circle had a black stroke and a white fill.Hints 1. The legs are line segments with an arrowhead effect applied. To arrange objects use the Object ► Arrange command. The antennae where created using the arc tool. 4. 6. I created one eye and duplicated that eye. Hit Expand when finished. 3.

In the following exercise you will create the following Compound Path. Apply a Bulge effect to the text a. 4. Type the above message. Save the Author’s name for later.Text Effects 1. Illustrator makes it easy to create a cookie cutter effect. Adjust the Baseline Shift using the Character Palette Compound Path 1. Open a new letter sized Illustrator file. 6. Example 22 . 2. You can apply the green fill now or later. Effect ► Warp ►Bulge b. Do not use a stroke. Adjust the Bulge effect to your liking 7. 3. Create the following by applying Effects to the text. Use the Selection tool (black arrow) to select the text. 5. A compound path is a group of two or more overlapping objects in which the top object becomes transparent where it overlaps with the bottom image.

Click on File ► Place and browse to the santa. 4. 6. Send the Santa picture to the back. Draw a large red circle with a green stroke. Click Place 9.2. Click on the Santa picture and place it on top of the cutout. Create a smaller circle and place it on top of the larger circle. To turn the smaller circle into the cookie cutter simply click Object ► Compound Path ► Make. The smaller circle will be the cookie cutter. Create a new letter sized Illustrator file. 7. Example 8. 3. Move the Santa picture into place. 5. Shift click the larger circle with the Selection tool (black arrow) so that both circles are selected. Object ► Arrange ► Send to Back. The smaller circle becomes transparent and punches a hole in the larger circle.jpg file found in the Illustrator folder. 23 .

jpg 4. A clipping mask is placed on top of a bitmap or vector graphic. Place flag. 5. File ► Place browse to flag.Result Clipping Mask 1. Shift click the flag picture and the stars (using the Selection tool) so that both images are selected.jpg onto the canvas. 6. Your view is in focus but always changing. Click the Expand button to complete the grouping. Create three stars with a blue stroke. Use the Pathfinder palette to group the stars (Add to Shape Area button). Make a circle with your hand and look at various regions around you through that hole. Overlap the three stars like the picture above. Open a new letter sized Illustrator Document. Example 2. The clipping path will only expose the area of the picture that is under the mask. 3. 24 . Adjust the weight of the stroke to your preference.

Create a gradient and fill your name with the gradient. More Text Effects 1. gradient fills. Open a new letter sized Illustrator document. 8. Use the Direct Selection tool (white arrow) to drag each letter so that they barely overlap each other. Click Object ► Clipping Mask ► Make 8. 6. See picture above. I used Times New Roman with a black fill and no stroke. Click the Expand key to complete the group. Use the Selection tool (black arrow) to right click on your name a choose Create Outlines. Use the Selection tool (black arrow) to select your name. 3. Ungroup the letters by clicking Object ► Ungroup. 9.7. You will need to place the beach. Project: Try replicating the following text. This will break your name into individual text characters. Shift click all of the letter and use the Pathfinder to group the letters. and other effects to text.jpg image found in the Illustrator folder (File ► Place browse to image). Example 2. Window ► Gradient to open the Gradient palette. 25 . Use the Gradient tool to modify the direction of your gradient. 4. You should now be able to select individual letters with the Selection tool (black arrow). 5. Type your name. As with Photoshop you can apply drop shadows. 7. (found in the Tools palette-simply drag a line across your selected text). Use the Selection tool (black arrow) to move the flag into place.

Create a duplicate of the above square (ALT + drag the square) and place it on the opposite side of the paper. Color the square any colors (stroke and fill) that you wish. Draw a square on the upper left side of your canvas. Using the Blend Tool. Create a new letter sized document. The Blend Tool This tool is one of my all time favorites! 1. Double click the Blend Tool icon. 26 . 4. Next click anywhere within the square on the Right –VERY SLICK! 5 boxes are created between the first square and the second. Under Specified Steps select 5. The Blend Options dialogue box pops up.Hint: I turned the text into a Clipping Mask. 3. File New 2. 5. click anywhere within the square on the left.

PRETTY DARN SLICK! 11. Click Ctrl + Z to undo the last blend. Now change the color of the box on the right to green. click the orange box and then the green box. Activate the Blend Tool and click on the orange box. Using the Blend tool. Change the blend steps to Specified Color. To release a blend first select the blended object. Now click on the green box. 7. next click File select Release. Double click on the Blend Tool to display the blend tool options. 10.6. EVEN SLICKER! 8. Click Ctrl + Z to undo the last blend. You should be left with the original two objects. Blend and 27 . Click on each shape with the Selection tool and delete the stroke. 9.

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