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Chapter 16. Strokes and Brushes > Stroke Positions and Multi-Strokes

Stroke Positions and Multi-Strokes

There is a stacking order for fills and strokes. (Yes, like so many of us, even fills and strokes are subject to strict hierarchies of life.) Ordinarily, the stroke sits on top of the fill. However, you can create different looks by using the Appearance palette to position the stroke behind the fill. In fact, you can use the Appearance palette to stack many strokes and fills without drawing any additional paths.

If you aren't familiar with the Appearance palette, I cover that in more depth in Chapter 19, Hog-Wild Special Effects.


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