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I just wanted to know the tips of making the hair and colours inside 

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Adobe Community Professional , May 31, 2022 May 31, 2022
I would create a star with the appropriate number of points, round the points with the direct selection tool. Create your other shapes and use the original as a clipping mask. Note: I did not try to dupe the hair shapes exactly.

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Enthusiast , Jun 03, 2022 Jun 03, 2022
Salma, Hi. As Jacob mentioned, to create those wavy paths, I would use Effects>Distort>Zig Zag.To “color inside”, I used Live Paint. Here I applied Zig Zag to a circle.Next, duplicate those circles.Object>Expand Appearance.Next, Live Paint.Expand Live Paint.Delete Strokes, Pathfinders panel, select same colors, Unite. K

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Salma,

 

As I (mis)understand it, you can create the wavy boundaries with the Zig Zag Effect with Smooth Points (Effect dropdown, you can get different sizes/shapes), and apply normal fills.

 

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I would create a star with the appropriate number of points, round the points with the direct selection tool.

Create your other shapes and use the original as a clipping mask.

Note: I did not try to dupe the hair shapes exactly.

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Salma, Hi.

 

As Jacob mentioned, to create those wavy paths, I would use Effects>Distort>Zig Zag.

To “color inside”, I used Live Paint.

 

Here I applied Zig Zag to a circle.

Next, duplicate those circles.

Object>Expand Appearance.

Next, Live Paint.

Expand Live Paint.

Delete Strokes, Pathfinders panel, select same colors, Unite.

 

K

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