Adding multiple attributes to a single object


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Adding multiple attributes to a single object

We know that we can apply two different kinds of attributes to artwork inside of Illustrator, those being fills and strokes. Many of us assume that I can apply just one fill and one stroke to each object. However, another benefit that we get by using the Appearance panel is that we can apply multiple fills and multiple strokes to a single object. We've seen in the past that I can take a single object, have just the fill be transparent but not the stroke, and you may've thought that we needed to create two different paths or objects to get that effect, but we were able to do it with just one path.

So by using the Appearance panel, we were being more efficient in how we created our artwork. As we'll soon see now with multiple fills and multiple strokes, that concept is going to get magnified. We can actually be far more efficient with how we create our artwork in this way. For example, I have this shape over here, and it has the yellow fill with a 20- point dark blue stroke. Let&#...

Adding multiple attributes to a single object
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Adding multiple attributes to a single object provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator Insider Training: Rethinking the Essentials

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Design
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Illustrator
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