HOW TO ADJUST YOUR PATTERN TO 3D EFFECT

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HOW TO ADJUST YOUR PATTERN TO 3D EFFECT, NOW IT KEEPS THE SAME SIZE BUT I WANT TO HAVE DEPT IN IT

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Ton Frederiks Adobe Community Professional , Nov 04, 2020
This is the Perspective grid (not the 3D effect).The perspective grid cannot distort patterns, but you can fake it with an Envelope distort.Create a rectangle and position it in the Perspective Grid. Make sure that you position it correctly, it cannot be changed when used with the Envelope distort.View > Perspective Grid > Hide GridCreate a rectangle and fill it with the pattern.Object > Arrange > Send to Back Edit: To make this work first check: Object > Envelope Distort > Envelope Options > D...

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You are using the perspective grid, not the 3D effect. In the 3D effect ths would work correctly.

In perspective grid you would have to expand patterns as well as strokes in order to get a perspective foreshortening.

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This is the Perspective grid (not the 3D effect).
The perspective grid cannot distort patterns, but you can fake it with an Envelope distort.
Create a rectangle and position it in the Perspective Grid. 
Make sure that you position it correctly, it cannot be changed when used with the Envelope distort.
View > Perspective Grid > Hide Grid
Create a rectangle and fill it with the pattern.
Object > Arrange > Send to Back

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Edit: To make this work first check: Object > Envelope Distort > Envelope Options > Distort Pattern Tiles!

Select both rectangles and choose: Object > Envelope Distort > Make with Top Object.

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Nice demo, Ton. 🙃

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Thanks Larry!

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I just wanted to write something similar but you was faster 🙂

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