Adobe Tutorials Adobe Illustrator Drawing Fashion Flats in Adobe Illustrator Method #1: Object Arrange

Drawing Fashion Flats in Adobe Illustrator Method #1: Object Arrange

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My favorite technique for drawing fashion CADs in Illustrator is to use the stacking order of objects in Illustrator. This tutorial will show you how to hide parts of your sketch (like the sleeves behind the body) with a few simple tricks.

You will learn:

How to change the stacking Order of Shapes using Object – Arrange (00:59)
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5 thoughts on “Drawing Fashion Flats in Adobe Illustrator Method #1: Object Arrange”

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  2. Hi! I'm wondering why, it didn't work when I sent the sleeves to the back? is it because the sleeves should be put in a new layer?

  3. Ebuje1 says:

    Hi there I am going through your video's / website to learn illustrator, I am trying to do the send to back however it does not work it may be something to do with the selection I can't just select the sleeves, not sure what I am doing wrong.

  4. mai a says:

    Its great to see all the ways you can do sleeves and decide what works best for you. These vids are great thank you!

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