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Heart Shape on Adobe Illustrator

PostPosted: Thu Jan 31, 2019 4:28 pm
by Amber9
I started learning graphics designing. Now i have my assignment to create a Heart design using the Adobe Illustrator. I don't know, Youtube is not working right now, So, I like to come that forum to place my question here.

Re: Heart Shape on Adobe Illustrator

PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2019 5:12 am
by chas21
Adobe Illustrator is known as utilized by many Graphic Designers to create some remarkable graphics for print and digital media. You can also create some really outclass stuff on this program. Here we will let you know the way through which you can create a heart shape on Adobe Illustrator but in case you want to go in detail then you can visit this webpage https://appuals.com/how-to-make-a-heart-shape-on-adobe-illustrator/.

Just open Adobe Illustrator to a blank art-board and keep the dimensions of the artboard according to the size you want. Then you are supposed to have the guideline and the grid displaying on the artboard so that the distance of all sides are symmetrical. You can go to View on the top toolbar, and find the option for Show Grid in case you want to switch the grid. From here you can also hide the grid.

Choose the pen tool where all the amazing tools for designing are and select the one that looks like a pen. You can also make three anchor points utilizing your Pen Tool. Don’t forget to keep the weight for the stroke according to the weight that will make it clear so you could see it easily.

Now you need the stroke panel on the top toolbar. Press on the word stroke and more options for strokes will pop up. You can Caps, corners, align strokes, dashed lines and other many other formatting for the strokes can be corrected with the help of these options. To make a heart shape, you have to intensify the weight of the stroke, and alter the caps. You will see that the heart shape has been made. You also have this option to alter the color for the stroke. You need to know that you can’t include or alter the color for the fill, because we made a stroke not a shape.