Use Lasso Tool in Adobe Illustrator CS6
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- 1This will reveal a list of recently used programs. You may find Illustrator on the list. It has a brown-and-orange icon with the letters "Ai".To begin, you should open Adobe Illustrator CS6 either from your desktop or by coming down to the bottom-left corner and clicking the Windows icon.Advertisement
- 16Create a rough line as you would with "Pencil Tool". Once the paths are connected, release the mouse button. The object will become selected. Then, you can proceed to copy or manipulate that particular area.You can click and drag the cursor to draw a line around an object to cut out a particular shape so long as you remember to close the path.
- 23"Lasso Tool" is good for selecting one or several anchor points of one object, because it gives you a lot of freedom to manipulate specific points. If you want to select a whole object, however, it is recommended to use other selection tools. There are other VisiHow tutorials about the selection tools.With two anchor points selected, use the arrows on the keyboard to alter the shape.Advertisement
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