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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 ...
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 -
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 ...
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.
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.
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.
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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