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Anime Studio™ 6: The Official Guide by Kelly L. Murdock

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Hiding Edges

All paths that are drawn actually don’t show up on the rendered image unless a stroke is added to them. Strokes are covered in Chapter 13, “Filling Shapes and Using Strokes,” but there are times when you’ll want to hide an edge or include an extra edge so that you have more control over the curvature at the end of a pointed object.

Tip

Hidden edges can also be used to connect objects together so they can be moved by dragging one part of the object. For example, it is often helpful to have the eyes of a character connected so they can move as a single unit.

To hide an edge, select the Hide Edge tool (H), which is actually found in the Fill section of the Tools palette, and click on the path to hide. This removes any stroke from the ...

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