Using the Illustrator Polar Grid Tool
I bet you’re thing about Using the Illustrator Polar Grid Tool. Welcome to the place where you can learn how to use it.
When it comes to Using the Illustrator Polar Grid Tool, you may consider thinking in a different manner. With this tool, you’ll see that you can drag and it gets bigger, or you can drag and it gets smaller, but what can you really do with it. You need to look at what it is doing and then think about what you are seeing and how you could use the various parts you are seeing. The real treat comes with using the parts that you can manipulate when you are in control of making things happen.
In the Polar Grid Tool, you have circles and then you have lines stemming from the middle of the circle. There are keystrokes that let you increase that decrease the number of circles that you have. There are keystrokes that let you increase and decrease the numbers of lines that you have stemming from the middle of the circle. There is a keystroke that allows you to make a perfect circle.
When using the Polar Grid Tool, there is a way to control the anchor points. When using the Polar Grid Tool, there is a way to separate what you have made and colorize the parts that you want to work with.
What if you used the tool to break up text and type on the various paths. Sorry, just thinking out loud.
I’ve owned and used Illustrator for many years and I had no idea what the Polar Grid Tool was. The fact is, I had never even seen the tool in my tool bar. The real fact is I did not ever care what it was.
Well Bill, after I signed up for your video tutorials, I saw your video. Wow. There are so many projects that I use this tool for now and the tool saves me time and makes me more money. My clients are very happy.
Thanks for your videos,