There are a few ways to shear words in Illustrator. The easiest way is to use the Selection tool and click and drag the word you want to shear. You can also use the Shear command (Window > Shear) or the keyboard shortcut Command + J (Mac).
To feather a selection in Illustrator, first, make sure the Selection tool is selected. Then, click and drag the Selection tool around the area you want to feather.
The shear tool is a vector graphic design tool in Adobe Illustrator that lets you cut and trim objects along a selected path.
In Illustrator, you can scale proportionally by dragging the handles on the corners of the object.
By using the Pen Tool, you can create a path that looks like an electric wire. Select the path and go to Object > Path > Stroke. Enter 1 in the “Stroke” field and choose “Electric Blue” from the drop-down menu.
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. Depending on the type of art you are creating, you may need to adjust the stroke size proportionally. Some techniques that may help you scale strokes proportionally are adjusting the weighting of your brush, changing the pressure you are using or varying the speed at which you are painting.