Adobe Illustrator is a handy tool to create a perspective artwork. It has been extensively used by creators and others alike. The app allows people to build 3D graphics with ease. Adobe Illustrator CS5 is certainly something that has become a boon for the users. Though its during situations like ‘Perspective Grid’ and its usages that have often left the head-scratching for users. So what’s all the fuss about. Let’s find out.
What’s with Perspective Grid in Adobe Illustrator CS5?
The Perspective Grid in Illustrator acts as a means for defining the vanishing points. It can help create more than one vanishing point with ease. This allows for objects to be created from very scratch and using the tool or place the already created images into the perspective. The grid comes with flexible performance and can be turned off or on with ease. You can also remove the individual objects from the grid with ease.
How to Remove Perspective Grid?
Here’s how you can turn on or off the perspective grid.
- Click on the Menu bar and open the View option.
- Open the Perspective Grid/ Hide Grid option.
- Click on it and deactivate the grid.
- If you want to use the keyboard shortcut then you can press on Ctrl, Shift, I for the Windows and Cmd, Shift, I for Mac.
- Now again open the Perspective Grid menu.
- Select the Snap to Grid. This will turn off the default Snap to Grid setting.
- Click on the Object button and select the Perspective/ Release with Perspective.
- This will release the object from your grid.
- This step will ensure that there will be no turning off of the perspective changes that were done while you were working with the grid.
These steps should do the trick for you.