Blending three or more objects


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Blending three or more objects

You know, often times we think about blends as working specifically with two objects. You have two key objects, and you are generating steps in between those objects. But in reality Illustrator doesn't have any limitation of only working with two objects in a blend. You can use three or even more objects inside of a blend, and really that comes to the play when you have different colors or different attributes that you want to blend in between. For example, I have three arrows in this file. It's called multiple objects and maybe I want to create some kind of a gradation that starts off with, let's say red, goes to yellow, and then it goes to blue at the end. Well I can use a blend to create these steps, and basically define something more dynamic than just a regular blend itself.

So I'm going to select these three objects right here, I'm going to go over here to the Object menu, choose Blend, and then I'll choose to Make a blend. By the way, the keyboard shortcut...

Blending three or more objects
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Blending three or more objects provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator CS4 Beyond the Basics

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Design
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Illustrator
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