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  • Loading brushes in Illustrator
    new palate as seen below If you want the downloaded Illustrator set to appear every time you start the program you need to put the chosen ai file in the default brushes folder on you hard drive Should be something like this for illustrator 8 on a PC C Program Files Adobe Illustrator 8 0 Brush Libraries and for Illustrator CS C Program Files Adobe Illustrator CS Presets Brushes Once

    Original URL path: http://www.illustrator-brushes.com/illustrator-tutorials/loading-in-illustrator-8.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Saving brushes in Illustrator
    in the screenshot below You will then be asked what type of illustrator brush you want to create For this tutorial I have used one of the ladybirds featured on the site and I m using it as a scatter brush There are also the scatter brush settings to alter see separate tutorial Now the brush should be added and will appear in the main brush menu Continue to last

    Original URL path: http://www.illustrator-brushes.com/illustrator-tutorials/saving-brushes-illustrator.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Saving brushes in Illustrator - page 2
    make sure all brush types are ticked show below if they are not ticked then when you save your brush the unticked brushes will be saved as well Finally select the shape you applied the illustrator brush to and delete it so you should have an empty document now then go to file and save as and name the brush set you also need to save the file as an

    Original URL path: http://www.illustrator-brushes.com/illustrator-tutorials/saving-brushes-illustrator2.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Saving Illustrator Brush sets
    the three to a shape or curve so they are in use Then select all unused and delete them then in the brushes palate you will have just the three you want and nothing else Below you can see I have created three curves and each curve has a different coloured ladybird brush attached to it After deleting all the other default brushes the brushes menu should look like this

    Original URL path: http://www.illustrator-brushes.com/illustrator-tutorials/illustrator-brushes-sets.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Saving brushes in Illustrator
    main brushes menu and up pops this panel There s a preview box if you tick that then you can see how altering the settings applies to the artwork on screen There are four basic settings size spacing scatter and rotation if you set the dropdown menus on the right to random you can have far more control on how the scatter brush behaves The settings are pretty straight forward

    Original URL path: http://www.illustrator-brushes.com/illustrator-tutorials/illustrator-scatter-brushes.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Extracting Brushes in Illustrator
    the top of the screen and select expand Keep everything ticked and press ok this will now break apart the illustrator brush but it still keeps the elements grouped together so we need to ungroup them Again in the objects menu select ungroup this will break apart the brush allowing you to select single items You can also drag an Illustrator brush from the brushes menu simply click and hold

    Original URL path: http://www.illustrator-brushes.com/illustrator-tutorials/splitting-a-brush.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Creating a Pool ball in Illustrator
    illustrator tutorial for more details on adding colour To make the ball realistic we need to add a shadow under the ball select the circle copy it Ctrl C and then Paste it in front ctrl F this keeps the new circle in line with the original Now add a radial gradient to it I m using the default black and white from illustrator CS swatches panel and altering it or you can make your own illustrator gradient If you select the shape containing the gradient and press F9 it gives you an option panel where you can alter the settings if the gradient as seen below For this shadow all we need to do is click and drag the colours to swap the black and the white around Now the gradient should look like this the next thing to do is to position it Again select the gradient circle and drag the shape from either the top or the bottom center points see where red arrows are we want to create an oval shape Then we need to position it behind the original black circle the fastest way is to press Ctrl or go to objects arrange send backwards

    Original URL path: http://www.illustrator-brushes.com/illustrator-tutorials/illustrator-pool-ball.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Rotating Objects in Illustrator
    the document to see the selection rotate you can also hold the shift key down to jump to key angles e g 45 90 and 180 degrees The default setting for rotating an object is for illustrator to plot the rotation from the center of the selected object You can also rotate an object numerically again select the object and click the rotate button from the tools panel then press enter on your keyboard this will bring up a panel where you can enter the rotation amount there s also a preview box which you can tick to see how the object will look when rotated This way is handy if you know you want to turn the object 90 45 or 180 degrees To move the rotation point away from the center of the object select the rotation tool and click on the canvas while holding down the Alt key on the keyboard again the rotate panel will appear You can also copy the selection which will rotate and copy the original artwork if you press Ctrl and D this will duplicate the copied image and rotation of it pretty good way of making pattern as seen below A

    Original URL path: http://www.illustrator-brushes.com/illustrator-tutorials/rotating-objects-in-illustrator.htm (2016-04-28)
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