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Chapter 8. WORKING WITH PATHS

Chapter 8. WORKING WITH PATHS

Sometimes I thinkof anchor points as the atomic particles of graphics. Think about it — the point is the nucleus and the handle contains the electrons that circle the nucleus.

Paths are the next level up from anchor points. In fact, you could think of paths as the molecules that string individual atoms together. Two curved points joined with a single corner point create one path. Three corner points joined together create another.


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