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Flipping An Image Horizontally in CS6

Flipping An Image Horizontally in CS6

Flipping An Image Horizontally in CS6

First let me say I apologize for taking so long for my first post.

Surprised myself when I found this forum and realized I was already registered but obviously lost the url or ?

In any case, I am trying to figure out how to flip a mirrored (reflect) image I created in illustrator cs6.

The mirrored image itself looks great and has a snake effect on the edge instead of a flat edge that I want reversed from the top image.

x to y now and y to x afterwards.

This way the whole image when complete looks like it has a snake path in the middle where I plan to add a new text path.

Is this doable?

Everything on google just sends me to creating the mirror (reflect) image which I already figured out.

Thanks for your time.

RE: Flipping An Image Horizontally in CS6

Okay I found a solution.

I just selected the mirror image and reflected it again this time vertically and that did what I wanted.

I did however have to use the pen tool to fix some areas that didn't transfer proportionately when doing the reflect.

Hope this helps someone else.

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