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GREAT JOB HAWKEYE!
and I agree it's the final results that should matter, but this is for a class assignment and I need to turn in an Illustrator file.
I'm just wondering if somehow a brush was used to apply to the bottom of the large star. I'm going to give it a try and if I'm lucky will post back. Thanks for trying to help.
Read my first post again, I have never even mentioned a scatter brush. It's done with a symbol.Awwh, Glad to hear its illustrator..
Hawkeye, I tried creating a scatter brush using one of the stars and selected random spacing but if I draw a line
with the brush tool, the stars' spacing appears regular or fixed instead of scattered.
1. How do you edit a brush once you already created it?
I thought there was an icon at the bottom of the brushes panel but its not there now. I'm using Illustrator CC
2. How do you setup a scatter brush to appear scattered when you slide your brush?
curious minds need to know. Thanks