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Blending composites with Eyedropper Fill

Blending composites with Eyedropper Fill: After Effects Guru: Using Generator Effects
Blending composites with Eyedropper Fill: After Effects Guru: Using Generator Effects

If you are ever on a tight deadline and just want to blend similar colors together within your project, you should consider using the Eyedropper Fill Effect found in Adobe After Effects. In this movie, author Ian Robinson walks you through how to use the Eyedropper Fill Effect to blend multiple layers and objects together in After Effects.

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Skill Level Beginner
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Motion Graphics Video After Effects

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