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How to create Stairs in Adobe Illustrator?


Create Stairs in Adobe Illustrator

In today’s tutorial we will learn to draw Stairs in Adobe Illustrator. You can use this artwork while creating info-graphics for a company. Tools which will be used in creating Stairs in Adobe Illustrator are Rectangle Tool and Scale Tool.

Create Stairs in Adobe Illustrator

Step 1

We will start with launching Adobe Illustrator. Now create a new document and select Rectangle Tool. Draw a rectangle of size 331.776 X 42.056 pt.

Create Stairs in Adobe Illustrator

Now select the rectangle and create a duplicate copy with the help of Alt key and place it just above the first rectangle. Fill this new rectangle with other color shade.

Create Stairs in Adobe Illustrator

Step 2

Select the second rectangle and double click on Scale Tool in the Tool Panel. A dialogue box will appear on the artboard.

Create Stairs in Adobe Illustrator

In the dialogue box, select Non-Uniform Scale. Set Horizontal scale to 100% and Vertical scale to 65%. Check the Preview and Click OK.

Create Stairs in Adobe Illustrator

Drag the rectangle close to the first rectangle and select Direct Selection Tool. With the help of Shift key, select both the top corners of the rectangle and again double click on the Scale Tool.

Now this time we will select the Uniform Scale and set it to 90%. Click OK.

Create Stairs in Adobe Illustrator

The base of the Stairs is created.

Step 3

Now select both the rectangles and create a duplicate copy of it with the help of Alt key. Place the duplicate copy of the rectangles just above the original one.

Create Stairs in Adobe Illustrator

Select the duplicate copy and drag it from the sides to reduce its size.

Create Stairs in Adobe Illustrator

In similar way, create as many steps as you want for your Stairs.

Create Stairs in Adobe Illustrator

You can use this Stairs artwork in info-graphics or to show the growth of a company.

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