This hindi spoken video tutorial will demonstrate you
1.Introduction of Live Rectangle tool
2.How to delete/rescale/rotate/duplicate rectangles.
3.How to draw perfect Square
4.Create rounded corners rectangle and change corner radius,style.
5.Create a Artwork to use Rotate tool to draw flowers
7.Learning Distort and transform filter effect
8.Make petals through rectangle. to use Live Paint bucket
10.Gradient fill to decrease opacity of design
12.Arrange shapes


First of all, a Live Rectangle is treated differently than a regular rectangle by Illustrator. This is indicated a few different ways

a}.In the layers panel, a live rectangle is noted as Rectangle
The bounding box is different .
b}.“Rectangle Properties” section will show up in the Transform Panel for a Live Rectangle
c}.You can change a rectangle into a live rectangle to a regular rectangle by going to Object -Shape – Convert to Rectangle. For instance, if you are opening up an older illustrator file
d}.You can change a live rectangle to a regular rectangle by going to Object – Shape – Expand Rectangle.
e}.You can still access the individual anchor points like always, but if you change something manually. It’s no longer live. You’ve killed it.

Transform Panel-
All rectangles created are automatically Live Rectangles. And as such, the Transform Panel will display a special Rectangle Properties for the rectangle.

 1.W Value and H Value indicates the size of the bounding box. So if your object is rotated, or you have multiple items in the selection. this is what the W Value and H Value shows.
2.Rotate can be thought of as a command. Rotate this selection this many degrees. This field has no memory and will reset to zero.
3.Rectangle Width and Rectangle Height, Rectangle Angle, and anything in the Rectangle Properties section, is a property of the rectangle.
4.Rectangle Angle is the a stored value of the object. When you rotate your rectangle, the value is stored here.
5.Scale Rectangle Corners – The corner radius of live rectangles do not change by default. Check this box if you want it to.

Learn more about Live Paint bucket
Learn about Artboards in Illustrator


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