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Chapter 9. Mask Essentials > Control Points and Segments

Control Points and Segments

Mask paths consist of control points connected by segments (Figure 9.17). Path is an appropriate term, because you might think of a path as a line that exits one control point and enters another. The route the path takes from point to point depends on whether either point has a direction line. Control points define each end of a segment; direction lines define the curve of the segment.

Figure 9.17. Mask paths consist of control points connected by segments.



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