This tip will show you how to use the unknown Average function in illustrator to converge points. In this diagram, I have a 3d extrude star drawn using path tool. However, the points doesn’t converge at the end. To solve this problem, select all the points you want to converge using Direct Selection Tools. In this case, I will only select the 3 anchor points at the end. Now go to Object>Path>Average. (tramadol) Select Both and click OK. The ends will now converge perfectly together!
11 thoughts on “Illustrator Tip #15: Converging Points Together Using Average Function”
I have not known about this function until now! Thanks for sharing 😉
Thanks for sharing! nice tip will see how can i use it 🙂
Thanks for the tip, that’s another Illustrator nugget I never knew about.
Fantastic tip – thanks.
Thanks! Love these kinds of tidbits.
Hardly unknown, it has been part of Illustrator since the year dot.
Adobe unfortunately took away some of the more convenient keyboard shortcuts for it, demoting it I guess.
BIG thanks for u ^^
It’s also worth noticing the keyboard shortcuts for these actions: Option+Cmd+J to average.
Very often one needs to Average and Join (Cmd+J) paths. To do that in just one shortcut you do: Cmd+Option+Shift+J.
Cheers Tony, that’s a great little tip to learn about!
And thanks for the keyboard shortcuts, Sigurdur.
hey! thanks for sharing all these tips…they are well-explained and make my illustrator time much more enjoyable…
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