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    Greetings,

    I'm doing a logo in which one of the letters is warped. Therefore I warped it in photoshop and put it back in Illustrator. It's there as a vector graphic but I don't seem to be able to control it with anchor points etc.

    Take a look at the attached image.



    The object in question is the "C". I need to connect it smoothly with the "o" but I can't seem to manipulate the "C" via anchor points or eraser.

    Is this because it was imported from photoshop? Any advice?

    I realize this is a beginner question - my background is mostly indesign, then photoshop. Illustrator is mysterious territory for me, but I'm beginning to like it the more I work with it.

    Thanks for your help,

    Adrian

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    I dont know much about illustrator but I use photshop regularly.

    Photoshop is all rasta graphics rather than vectors so it most likely has been converted to rasta.

    Photoshop does use paths for a few things though so maybe you can export it again, try checking all the settings when you export and see if theres an option to preserve paths or similar.

    As I said I never use illastrator but if youve got Corel theres an option to trace bitmap with which you could then extract the letter as curves so you can edit it again. Illustrator probably has something similar.


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