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Découper un objet avec un tracé ouvert (plume, crayon, etc.)

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Bonjour,

 

J'aimerai savoir s'il est possible de découper un objet illustrator avec un tracé ouvert (plume, crayon, etc.) ?

 

Par exemple, j'ai un carré noir et dessus je déssine un tracé blanc (ouvert) avec la plume, je voudrais que ce tracé (ouvert) puisse découper le carré noir afin je puisse voir les éléments derrière le carré noir.

 

Voici un exemple en pièce jointe de ma réalisation afin de vous faire une idée.

 

Merci par avance de votre aide.

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Correct answer by federico_platon | Adobe Community Professional

1. Using a path to cut through objects below:

 Select just the path and choose menu Object>Path>Divide Objects below.*

To exclude any object, lock it

2. Do you wish to cut through or divide one or two objects?, select them and the path and apply Pathfinder (panel) > Divide.

 

3. More advanced when complexity increases select those objects  and make a (Object>) Live Paint group.

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Découper un objet avec un tracé ouvert (plume, crayon, etc.)

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Bonjour,

 

J'aimerai savoir s'il est possible de découper un objet illustrator avec un tracé ouvert (plume, crayon, etc.) ?

 

Par exemple, j'ai un carré noir et dessus je déssine un tracé blanc (ouvert) avec la plume, je voudrais que ce tracé (ouvert) puisse découper le carré noir afin je puisse voir les éléments derrière le carré noir.

 

Voici un exemple en pièce jointe de ma réalisation afin de vous faire une idée.

 

Merci par avance de votre aide.

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Correct answer by federico_platon | Adobe Community Professional

1. Using a path to cut through objects below:

 Select just the path and choose menu Object>Path>Divide Objects below.*

To exclude any object, lock it

2. Do you wish to cut through or divide one or two objects?, select them and the path and apply Pathfinder (panel) > Divide.

 

3. More advanced when complexity increases select those objects  and make a (Object>) Live Paint group.

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1. Using a path to cut through objects below:

 Select just the path and choose menu Object>Path>Divide Objects below.*

To exclude any object, lock it

2. Do you wish to cut through or divide one or two objects?, select them and the path and apply Pathfinder (panel) > Divide.

 

3. More advanced when complexity increases select those objects  and make a (Object>) Live Paint group.

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Melany,

 

As I (mis)understand it, you can select all the pattern paths and Ctrl/Cmd+G to Group them, then ShiftSelect the black square and in the Transparency palette (flyout) click Make (Opacity) Mask with Clip unticked and Invert Mask ticked (in the main Transparency palette.

 

For terms in French see the Polyglott kindly made available by Monika,

https://vektorgarten.de/illustrator-polyglott.html

 

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Hi there,

 

Thanks for reaching out. I hope your issue is resolved by now. We'd appreciate if you can mark the most appropriate response correct. If you used any other method, we'd request sharing the solution with us. It'll help other users with similar concern.

If you still have issue, please share the information asked in earlier responses.

Looking forward to your response.


Regards,

Ashutosh

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