Questions about visualising an idea or concept with the use of lines: clearly defined edges and outlines of objects.

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How to distort an object into a circular shape

So I have a bone cartoon image. I am trying to make it into a dog collar. For my purposes, I don't need to know how to fit it around a dog, but just how to curve it so it looks like a dog collar. If ...
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Trouble with closing pen tool lines in Illustrator for vector illustration

I’ve had experience with drawing in Photoshop, but never tried vector artwork in Illustrator before. I drew this illustration using separate pen tool lines for the majority of the outlines (her ...
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Deleting lines after fill in Illustrator CC

I'm new to Illustrator. always used flash for painting any vectors. drawing a shape. A lightening bolt, with lines,they over lap at the ends. how to delete the ends that hang over? and Or the whole ...
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How can I morph an image to appear “flat” when wrapped on a bottle?

I want to create an image, say of an eye, and morph it so that when I print it it may not look clear/correct, but when I wrap it around a bottle and observe it at it's center point, it takes the shape ...
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Drawing warped text on an three dimensional object

Im trying to figure out how to realistically draw text so it looks like its on a page of an open book from a 45 degree perspective. the page would obviously be rounded toward the spine. Im thinking ...
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Illustrator CC - Creating a good outline

I'm having trouble finding the best way to create an outline of an object. To be more specific I have a photograph of a car and I would like to create a smooth outline of the chassis so that the ...
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parallel alignment

I had to do this in powerpoint but I'm wondering if there is an alternative program that does this well?I wanted to create a diagonal grid style of lines. It's actually a description of an alternative ...