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Chapter Two. Drawing Lines and Shapes > Creating Compound Paths

#21. Creating Compound Paths

A compound path is specially shaped to allow a “hole” in it. The humble donut is a good example of a compound path. Compound shapes can be placed over other shapes and allow the underlying shape to peek through.

To create a compound path, create two shapes that overlap (Figure 21a).


  

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