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Creating Wireframes

Ever see that cool black and white line view of your 3D objects when you’re editing the lighting cube in the 3D effects dialog box? It’s called a wireframe, and creating that effect in Illustrator CS2 is easier than ever. Just create an object and apply some 3D effect to it (Effect>3D>Extrude and Bevel or Revolve). At the bottom of the resulting 3D effect options dialog, change the Surface setting pop-up menu from Plastic to Wireframe, and you’ll always have that effect instead of the default shaded view.


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