I'm attempting to create a stylized breadcrumb (below) but am botching the arrow.
Is there a more precise and 'economical' method of creating this type of arrow? Preferably one where I retain control of the stroke width and corner radius.
The way I've typically created this arrow is by:
- Creating a line via the
- Rotating my line (appox. 45º clockwise)
Duplicating that line Flipping my new line vertically
Nudging the lines until they touch
- Merging the two lines into a new shape
- Creating a clipping mask
- Then, vertically aligning my new shape within my clipping mask
I'm increasingly having to create these 'modern' arrows for carousels and other UI scenarios and I'm never 100% happy with how they come out. Thanks in advance for your help.