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The shape you are trying to duplicate is difficult to draw. It is a mathematical function called a sine wave. I use a different version of Illustrator but the technique to draw one is the same or very similar. Things in Adobe programs migrate from menu to menu so I'll have to tell you what to do by name. Draw a line. Select it. Apply "Zig-Zag" effect. ...


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You should select both shapes and go to menu: Layer -> Paths -> Join And two shapes will be joined.


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FYI, here's another way to create a triangle with one curved side, using the polygon tool and pen tool in Photoshop. 1-using the polygon tool, create an object with 3 sides 2-Rotate using Image > Image Rotation > 90 degrees Clockwise. Drag a vertical guide rule to align with the bottom triangle point (this helps define the triangle's vertical center). With ...


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i made it with the regular pen tool all you need to make is to make a new layer over the image the lower the opacity of the new layer the choose the pen tool and make sure that it has been set for a " shape " not a path then start from the corner of any straight line then move towards the next corner .. when you want to close the shape and make the ...


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I suggest you watch this tutorial and all your (or most of) your problems with Pen Tool. It's a really powerful tool but requires some practice and time to master it. Have fun! Hope this helps.


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You should be able to do that by changing the brush definition to basic. It will work with Videoscribe for sure.



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