NSL WEEK 292- Adobe Illustrator “Compound Shapes”

Here’s a quick breakdown on Compound Shapes in Adobe Illustrator

Check out the video above to learn the basics.

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If you like the video, please check out my Twitch Channel to see the “Behind the Scenes”.

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Before this week, I thought Compound Shapes and Compound Paths were related but they only share the first name. A Compound Shape is multiple shapes combined to create 1 new shape and it is fully editable.

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Adobe Illustrator

To make a Compound  Shape, hold down Option/Alt and click on the Pathfinder function.

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Preview Mode: Shows similar appearance

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Outline Mode: Shows the difference in the structure

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Watch the learning session from earlier this week.

https://player.twitch.tv/?video=v122418984&autoplay=falseWatch live video from sbOTC on www.twitch.tv

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