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Como puedo usar la herramienta de espejo con unos trazos de pincel sin cambiar la doreccion el trazado?

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si provees unas capturas de pantalla de lo que necesitas ayudaria a tener mejores respuestas.

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En vez de utilizar la herramienta espejo, utiliza el panel de transformar y dale clic a reflejar

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Tanto Transformar>Voltear (Flip) horizontal como Reflejar realizan la misma función.

Lo que no se entiende es lo de cambiar la dirección del trazado.

El pincel sobre el trazado no cambia su dirección. No entiendo si el resultado es el mostrado en la imagen o busca un resultado como muestra el pincel naranja.

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Jrd,

 

The may be (far) too far out.


Depending on the number of reflexion/rotation axes, there are different ways.


For a simple one to two mirroring, you may see the reflection live after each Anchor Point if you start out as follows (for Pen Tool with vertical reflection to the right, similar for other directions):

 

1) Create the first two Anchor Points of your basic path;
2) Effect>Distort&Transform>Transform>ReflectX with 1 copy and the middle right side Reference Point chosen;
3) With the Pen Tool ClickDrag (or Click) anew from the second Anchor Point and go on;

 

If you wish, you may:

 

4) Object>Expand Appearance and Ctrl/Cmd+J to join the half paths.

Ctrl/Cmd+Z Undo is your friend: you can just go back and redo while drawing the basic path.


For multiple reflexion/rotation axes and plugins, you may have a look at solutions in this thread, including the links to external solutions below:
https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2284752


Or you can have a look at the MadPattern templates,
http://madpattern.com/


Or you can use the MirrorMe plugin from Astute Graphics,
http://www.astutegraphics.com/software/mirrorme/

 

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Hi there,


Thanks for reaching out. I hope you found your answer.
We'd appreciate if you can mark the appropriate response correct. If you used any other method, you can share it with us. It'll help other users with similar concern.

I'd also recommend checking out this help article to know about brushes in Illustrator.
Let us know if you have any other concern, we'll be happy to help.


Regards,

Ashutosh

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