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You simply draw one ellipse. Duplicate it. Draw a rectangle for the sides. Then use the Shape Builder Tool to combine specific pieces (Holding the Option/Alt key down with the Shape Builder Tool will remove parts.) Then add color.
First and foremost you should start at "Designing Great Apps" and "Designing for iOS". If you don't aware of these sources your app certainly will be rejected by Apple. What to use? Anything you are most familiar with, Illustrator, Photoshop, Pixelmator or any other app you can run, and better - on Retina display. You should perform a lot of searching and ...
Illustrator is not a photo editing application. It is not designed to "paint" raster images. You are simply using the wrong tool. You need to use Photoshop, Gimp, or some other raster image editor. You can draw things on top of the raster image in Illustrator. However, you can not alter the raster image itself with Illustrator.
You need to select the elements in the dartboard that you want to wait before changing the color in the toolbar. Try clicking on your black line then removing the stroke in the toolbar.
It sounds like your goal is to use Illustrator's vector-based drawing to modify an image. In order to understand why it isn't letting you do this right off the bat, you should understand the philosophy behind Illustrator's intended use, which is that instead of modifying an image like you would a raster-based (pixel) graphic in Photoshop or GIMP, Illustrator ...
As far as I'm aware, the only possible solution is to drag that shape to the Symbol Panel and ensure you enable the 9-Point Scaling Option. Then you would use a Symbol instance when you needed that art. 9-point scaling allows the interior of an object to scale while keeping corners and edges as close to original as possible. Basically, it splits the art ...
Your problems lie in the inevitable flaws of vectorisers such as the tracer you used. For example, below is a close-up of your original image and, overlayed in red, the best tracing I could come up with Inkscape in a minute: You can see the following: The line is not realised as a line but as an area. While this can be fixed, it might explain some of ...
@born2DIE It would be good if you provided a sample image of your logo. In addition to what @joojaa and @hsawires have said, try the following: Even AI doesn't really support 3d! I Assume you are using the "Extrude & Bevel" tool (Effect > 3D)? The best way for SVG Compatibility is to break up complex objects into their composite paths. You can do ...
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