If you haven’t worked with „Merge Path“ in shape layers, this tutorial is for you. In this tutorial I explain you the functionality of the „Merge Path“ within the shape layers.
You can see what’s possible with the merge path function and how to nest more the one shape in one over all shape. It’s a great way to reduce the layers shown in the timeline.
To see how it could look like, check out my teaser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMU3Cmd_cbM
I hope you like this tutorial. If so I would appreciate if you give it a thumbs up. Thank you.
Today is the second day of Harley-Davidson Fatboy Lo custom build.
All parts have arrived. But as always, time is not our friend. Meaning. We ware not able to finish the build today.
Nevertheless, I hope you enjoy the ride.
Today it was almost a Ronald Sands Design day. Most of the part we have mounted are from Roland Sands (RSD).
Rockerbox, clutch cover and air cleaner cover form the clarity line, back fender, shift levers, passenger foot pegs, riser mounts an many more parts from RSD have been mounted today. Beside the we finished all the electrics. Now only a few steps are left open to finalise the custom build.
Goal is to finish the build by end of April. Lets see if we can hold the deadline.
Today we have started the custom build of my Harley-Davidson Fatboy Lo.
A few parts have arrived so that we were able to kick off the actual build.
Parts we have mounted are: Front forks with light and covers, all black powder coated. Front and back wheel in which the rims and hubs are black powder coated as well.
We mounted a dummy handlebar to check the size for the real one which we can order now.
A few Roland Sands Design part have been mounted as well. This is the cam cover of the clarity line, risers, shifter pegs and some fender struts.
The open belt drive we have mounted as well.