To delete a part of a shape, you can use the Delete key on your keyboard.
Yes, you can erase any part of an image in Illustrator.
To cut a section out of a shape in Illustrator, first, create a new layer on the canvas and name it “section”. Then, use the following steps to cut the shape:
Choose the “line tool” and draw a line from one corner of the shape to the other.
Choose the “points tool” and drag one point close to the line you just drew.
To delete a half shape in Illustrator, use the following steps: 1. Choose the shape you want to delete and click on the Delete button. 2. In the resulting dialog, select the parts you want to delete through the drop-down list. 3. Click on OK to delete the shape.
To delete a path in Illustrator, open the file and click on the line that you want to delete. Then, click on the Delete key.
To delete a half circle in Illustrator, use the following steps: 1. Choose the ellipse tool and click on the center of the circle. 2. Drag the circle to the right or left to change its size. 3. Click on the white line that appears under the circle and drags it to where you want the half circle to be deleted.
There are a few ways to make an Object erasable in Illustrator. One way is to use the Erase tool. Another way is to use the History tool.
To erase a selection, hold down the left mouse button and drag the selection across the canvas. To erase all selections, hold down the Shift key and drag the entire canvas across the screen.
To delete everything outside a shape in Illustrator, use the following command:
The Knife tool is in the Tools group on the left side of Illustrator.
There are a few ways to manipulate shapes in Illustrator. You can use the selection tools, the shape tools, or the Pencil tool.
There are a few ways to use clipping masks in Illustrator. The most common way is to have one mask that is used for all the clipping, and then use another mask specifically for the part of the document that needs clipping.
There are a few ways to mask an image in Illustrator:
-Select the image and use a marquee tool to create a rectangular area around it ( marquee mode ). Then, use the Selection tool to select all of the pixels inside the marquee. Finally, press Command-A to select all of the pixels outside of the marquee.
-Create a selection by pressing and holding down the Option key while dragging the image around ( select mode ).