How to make the inside of a path transparent

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Hello! I want to make the inside of the f transparent but I don't know how to do it.. Anyone who can explain to me how I do it? 🙂 

Thank you! Will try this tomorrow! 🙂 

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How to make the inside of a path transparent

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Hello! I want to make the inside of the f transparent but I don't know how to do it.. Anyone who can explain to me how I do it? 🙂 

Thank you! Will try this tomorrow! 🙂 

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Can you show a sketch that may explain what you are going to do?

 

Also, which version of Illustrator are you using?

 

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Added a picture to the comment section now 🙂 

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In case the blue splotch is a path object, just select both the splotch and the "f" and then Object menu > Compound Path > Make.

 

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It didn't work.. Does it have to be on the same layer as the blue spot

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Select both objects and use the transparency pallet

Choose Make Mask, and uncheck Clip

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Thank you! Will try this tomorrow! 🙂 

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What kind of object is your splotch (in Illustrator)?

 

A vector object or just a (scanned) image?

 

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Its multiple vector objects 🙂

 

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