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Step 1: Start by going to, View> Show Grid. This is going to helps out by showing you the different scale on the illustration. Not showing the grid would make it difficult to draw the illustration.
Step 2: Go on the right and select the pen tool to start creating the illustration. The pen tool allows you to create objects and shapes and can be used in different ways. It can be difficult to learn but once you start to get the hang of it, it's easy.
Step 3: Start by making a point at the bottom of the page by just clicking once. Release the mouse. Now, move two boxes left and three boxes up and make a curvy line to create the start of a heart shape. Don't go to wide or else it's going to be a hassle to complete the shape.
Step 4: Now move one up and one right from the previous point, hold the mouse and make another curvy path and release the mouse. If you think the line came out wrong, just hit CRTL + Z on your keyboard, press ALT and hover over the last point that you made and start again.
Step 5: Move one right and one down to create the half of the heart shape. If at any time you made a bad line, just go to the step you got wrong and begin again. It may take up some time to get it perfect so it's not a problem.
Step 6: Now click the half heart shape, go to Object, Transform, Reflect. Make sure the Axis are set to Vertical. Hit preview and then copy. Once you hit copy, you are presented with another half. Now just move that half next to the first one to create the heart shape.
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