Apply Brush Stroke Effects to Image in Adobe Illustrator CS6
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- 5Within the "Photoshop Effects" section, move the cursor to "Brush Strokes".It is useful to use Photoshop effects within Illustrator, as you do not have to keep Photoshop and Illustrator opened at the same time. A menu will appear where you can select the effect that you prefer. The names are quite self-explanatory, and it is recommended to become familiar with them.
- 11You can click other "Brush Strokes" options.They are listed on the right with small preview thumbnails. It is recommended to experiment with these as you become more familiar with Illustrator. Depending upon which effect you choose, different adjustable settings will appear on the right-hand side. It is also recommended to experiment with the options for more varied effects.
- 25Click "OK".The "OK" button is in the upper-right corner, above "Cancel". The changes will be applied to our canvas.Advertisement
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