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In this Illustrator tutorial you will learn how to draw arrows in Adobe Illustrator.
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Hi, how are you doing? I’m creating a video on How to create arrows in Adobe illustrator.
When I use the CS 2 Adobe illustrator, I have a method of creating some arrows. When they released the CS 31, I thought they would include some special tools for creating arrows but they didn’t so I will continue using my method and I will show you how it is.
First, select the line segment tool and draw a simple line, you can modify the stroke or anything you want. After that, select this and it has to have an end and a beginning as a start in this case. Select tools and go to effects, scroll at arrows heads you will see here we have our main and click on preview to see how your arrowhead would look like. Search in for the one you prefer. There are 27 kinds of them. Here you can choose if you want an arrow at the start or at the end or only at the start, it all depends on the arrow you want.
After you’re finished, hit OK and there you have your arrow. Now if you’re wondering how we can create cool like curved-like arrows, just select your pencil tool and begin drawing some curly-like arrow. For example, I would like something like this
That would be perfect. Now, we can select the ‘move to’. It is better because I’m using a mouse and I’ve tabulate it because most of the times when you use a mouse you can get that where you want so we’ll have to make it a little pair but your using a tabulate it’ll be just perfect.
You have the main thing selected. Go to the same effect, at arrowheads. Click on preview and begin selecting the arrow you want, something like tail would be perfect in this case.
This was all for now. It’s a quick tip on the very basic detail for illustrator. I hope you’ll like and that you’ll give it a try. See you on the video, good bye.