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    Warp effect in Illustrator

    I work in a company where we have to warp the clients supplied Illustartor or PDF artwork to a gridded template (Curved shape). Sometimes clients warp the artwork for us, but use the warp effect via the Menu - Effect - Warp. Bad idea. The reason being is if you rotate the selected items, the warp effect "rewarps" the artwork, completely distorting it. A better method is to use Menu - Object - Envelope Distort - Make with Warp. Problem solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Fox View Post
    A better method is to use Menu - Object - Envelope Distort - Make with Warp. Problem solved.
    thi's helpfull for me ...

    thank's....

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Fox View Post
    A better method is to use Menu - Object - Envelope Distort - Make with Warp.
    You may also just expand appearance from the same menu. Depends on what you need.

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    Very useful thank's

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