Paths can be combined in a number of ways:
Here's what each of these joining options mean:
- Union: When you make a union of one or more paths, a new path is created that contains all areas of other parts. For example, the arrow we created earlier in this book joined all paths into one object.
- Difference: When you complete the difference between two paths or objects—the top path is removed from that of the bottom one.
- Intersection: When you perform an intersection of two paths, all that will remain is the area that was overlapping in both paths.
- Exclusion: When two paths are combined using the exclusion function, the resulting path keeps ...