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cannot achieve what i want with pathfinder

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Apr 30, 2020

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Dear all,

i am quite a newbe with illustrator techniques, i've tried by myself without any success...

basically would like to erase parts of the mountaing that goes outside this sort of 3d box.

tried pathfinder, masking... no way out

 

any clue gent's ?

 

many thanks !

 

Vince

 

 

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Correct answer by Anna_Lander | Adobe Community Professional

Hi,

as far as I can see on your screen, the way is quite simple.

1. Copy the inner (white) shape of the box.

2. Put the copy exactly above the mountain (Edit > Paste in place)

3. Select the copy and the mountain.

4. Object > Clipping mask > Make (Ctrl/Cmd + 7)

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cannot achieve what i want with pathfinder

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Dear all,

i am quite a newbe with illustrator techniques, i've tried by myself without any success...

basically would like to erase parts of the mountaing that goes outside this sort of 3d box.

tried pathfinder, masking... no way out

 

any clue gent's ?

 

many thanks !

 

Vince

 

 

sarahv20372278_0-1588241564420.png

sarahv20372278_1-1588241667862.png

 

 

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Correct answer by Anna_Lander | Adobe Community Professional

Hi,

as far as I can see on your screen, the way is quite simple.

1. Copy the inner (white) shape of the box.

2. Put the copy exactly above the mountain (Edit > Paste in place)

3. Select the copy and the mountain.

4. Object > Clipping mask > Make (Ctrl/Cmd + 7)

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Hi,

as far as I can see on your screen, the way is quite simple.

1. Copy the inner (white) shape of the box.

2. Put the copy exactly above the mountain (Edit > Paste in place)

3. Select the copy and the mountain.

4. Object > Clipping mask > Make (Ctrl/Cmd + 7)

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Yeahh !

Many thanks Anna !!

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