How to Use Perspective Tools | Adobe Illustrator Tutorial

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In this how-to Illustrator tutorial, learn how to give your art a fresh perspective with the free transform or perspective grid tools in Adobe Illustrator CC. Learn why one may be a better choice than the other depending on the situation you find yourself in.

Tools Used: Perspective Tool and Free Transform Tool.

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Michelle Hironimus says:

Thanks for showing the perspective grid and not just the transform like some other vids out there!

heggie Hog67 says:

cool very helpful thank you

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Harold Anderson says:

When I open up the perspective tool in Adobe Illustrator CC, there are blue orange, and Green gridlines, and diamond, circular, and crosshairs controls. What is the meaning of the different colors and controls?

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