Drawing Duplicating and Arrange your Path Outline Shape
Draw the outline of your chosen shape over your key by clicking
on and holding down your left mouse button whilst dragging in
a downward motion until you have a shape that will encircle
the top part of your key.
Drag the duplicated circle toward the middle of your key.
Right click/Duplicate again.
Drag this third and last circle toward the end of your key.
Use the Pick Tool
located in the Tool Bar to select the key image and then click
on the upward facing arrow with a line above it in the Attributes
Bar. This will cause the key to be on top of your circular shapes.
Deselect the key by clicking on a blank space
on your canvas.
Still using the
Pick Tool, select each of the outlined circular shapes by clicking
on each of them in turn whilst holding down the Ctrl key on
Right click/Duplicate. This will give the impression
that the circles are now over the key again where in fact it
is a duplication of the circles below the key. Don't check...just
trust me on that one :-)
Deselect all circular shapes by clicking on a
blank area of your canvas.
To be able to use the eraser in the next section,
you need to change each of those top circular shapes from path
to image. To do this, click on the first circle using the Pick
to select it. Then, right click, and choose Convert Object Type/Text
Path to Image. Do the same with the second and third one.