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Draw Fashion Flats in Illustrator Tutorial by {Sew Heidi}

Fashion Flats in Illustrator: Pathfinder Divide


There are a variety of techniques you can use to draw fashion flats in Adobe Illustrator. This tutorial will show you how to use Pathfinder > Divide to cut shapes apart and create separate objects for your bodice and sleeves.

You will learn:

  • The 2 features your paths need for this technique to work (00:25)
  • How to use the Divide setting within the Pathfinder panel to cut shapes apart (00:40)
  • The downfall of using this method (1:33)

(other options are: Object>Arrange, Copy Path Segment, & Outline w/ Style Lines) in this video (if you prefer written tutorials, you can check out this post).



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Fashion Flats in Illustrator: Pathfinder Divide

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