Assigning opacity to an Appearance attribute


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Assigning opacity to an Appearance attribute

We're going to start things off inside of this file, which is not coincidentally called Start here.ai. You can see that I've gone ahead and assembled quite a few objects. In fact, I've already gone ahead and drawn in all the final objects in the illustration. Our job now is to apply the transparency effects. So we're currently looking at everything from the Backdrop layer below. The Backdrop layer contains the curtains and the drapes and the floor and all this other stuff and Sammy's head is cut out of both the mustard colored curtains and the tanned floor in the background. So both of those objects are compound paths with Sammy's head serving as the donut hole.

All right. So now what I'm going to do is turn on the Vectors layer, and there is a few sublayers and other objects inside this layer. To check them out, go ahead and twirl the layer open, and I want you to scroll downwards so that you can see the jacket, head, and bench layers right there in a row. Wh...

Assigning opacity to an Appearance attribute
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Assigning opacity to an Appearance attribute provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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