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Having trouble switching from animate to illustraitor

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Apr 25, 2023 Apr 25, 2023

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Hey guys, Ive went from using paint tool sai to adobe animate a few years back when I wanted to get animating instead of just drawing, but recently have wanted to do a few illustraitions and have hit the learning curb right smack in the face. 

 

I've watched tutorials on youtub on how to use illustraitor but theire all related to using the shapes tool or making unique brushes and I can't seem to figure one simple problem out. If i'm using the paintbrush tool for inking, I can't get the fill bucket tool to work. I get a message saying "the selection contains objects that cannot be converted. Live paint groups can only contain paths and compount lines, Clipping paths are not allowed"  When I use the shapes tool i don't get this message. 

 

Also, is there a way to select and delete the paths like in animates pencil/paintbrush tool? Can anyone recomend a good tutorial for someone who doesn't care about making the perfect brush but just wants to ink and color his sketches? 

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Apr 25, 2023 Apr 25, 2023

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In order to use Live paint on artwork created with brushes, you could first Expand Appearance in order to expand the brushes.

The lines won't be easily editable afterwards.

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