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It's very simple. The trick is start from the right point: press down -> drag handle -> release mouse btn and then just one click on the left point. Here is what i get Because when using drag to create a point, when this point is a joint, it will be a smooth point by default (2 side control handles). Only when it's a starting point, it will has only ...


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You should use "conversion" trick of the pen tool - When you make a point and leave the mouse - just click again on that point and it will be converted to what you want : and after conversion -


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Depending on quality of the image you can try selecting the blue or the reverse (white/negative space then Inverse the selection - CMD+SHIFT+I or CTRL+SHIFT+I or From the menu Select -> Inverse). After making the selection converting it with the 'Make work path from Selection', from the path panel on the bottom. Results may very, Your best option is to Pen ...


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Simply use the Pen Tool to draw the outer shape. Then it's a simple matter to add a pattern overlay for the stripes and a stroke for the outer boundary. The color overlay in this screenshot merely changes the color of my stripe pattern from black to red.


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You can use the Anchor Point Tool (Shift+C) from the Pen Tool Drop down. If you click on the point with this tool and hold shift whilst dragging, it will give you even handles.


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You could use a stroke, then use Object → Expand to create the lines? Here’s a speedrun attempt at it. :) But, if you actually want to snap the control points of the curve to a certain place, and have them both match, you can use guides. I don't think that's going to give you a nice curve though.


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I guess you need this steps: 1. (at the left) choose the "Shape" tool mode within the Pen tool, draw your shape and then: 2. (at the right) pick the desirable path operation and draw the "subtracter" or whatever



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