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Multiple strokes and fill in illustrator

Posted on 2004-08-29
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Hey!

How can I make multiple strokes and fills in illustrator just like on this picture:

http://www.t-shirtking.com/graphics/001-00250.jpg

I guess there has to be some kind a tool for it...
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There aren't multiple strokes there. There's one black background with blue, red, and white letters on top of it. So what they did was type out all the text, in a larger size, combine all the letters and turn them black. Then the same letters, shrunk a bit were turned blue, red and white and they put a white stroke around those letters. (it was actually probably done in Photoshop)

You could also do it by putting down the blue, red, and white letters, adding a white stroke, creating outlines for those letters with their strokes, then adding a black stroke to the white stroke.
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