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Community Beginner ,
Apr 03, 2020

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I am trying to make a crown out of words. I have been through different video's and posts and my image still gets warped inside my object in a weird way.

This is my starting image

Queen-Crown-drawing - Copy.jpeg

I filled it in with the shape builder tool to create a solid object.

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This is the text that I want to go inside the crown. 

Capture1.PNG

however I get this instead

Capture2.PNG

 

I don't know what I am doing wrong, or is there an easier way of doing what I want to do? 

Thank you

First, remove the protruding part from the target of deformation.

1.gif


Divide the rest into the number of characters.

For example, I divided the left and right width equally.

2.gif


Then, perform envelope deformation one character at a time.

3.gif



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Text To Crown with envelope distort

Community Beginner ,
Apr 03, 2020

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I am trying to make a crown out of words. I have been through different video's and posts and my image still gets warped inside my object in a weird way.

This is my starting image

Queen-Crown-drawing - Copy.jpeg

I filled it in with the shape builder tool to create a solid object.

Capture.PNG

This is the text that I want to go inside the crown. 

Capture1.PNG

however I get this instead

Capture2.PNG

 

I don't know what I am doing wrong, or is there an easier way of doing what I want to do? 

Thank you

First, remove the protruding part from the target of deformation.

1.gif


Divide the rest into the number of characters.

For example, I divided the left and right width equally.

2.gif


Then, perform envelope deformation one character at a time.

3.gif



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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 03, 2020

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Probably you are overestimating the "intelligence" of envelopes in Illustrator.

 

Also, it is not known how exactly you want to arrange the springer inside the crown.

 

Can you clarify a bit? Perhaps with a sketch that shows at least your general idea?

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Apr 03, 2020

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I am thinking something like this fish image. I want springer to fill like the word fish

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 04, 2020

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I'm afraid you won't be able to that with a "one-whack-effect" like creating an envelope distort.

 

Careful consideration and manual work are required here.

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Apr 05, 2020

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First, remove the protruding part from the target of deformation.

1.gif


Divide the rest into the number of characters.

For example, I divided the left and right width equally.

2.gif


Then, perform envelope deformation one character at a time.

3.gif



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