Changing artwork by modifying a graphic style


show more Changing artwork by modifying a graphic style provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator Insider Training: Rethinking the Essentials show less
please wait ...

Changing artwork by modifying a graphic style

So we already know that we can use graphic styles to be more efficient in our artwork. We can create one set of attributes and easily copy those attributes to other artwork. For example, in this document right here called styles_2.ai I have the same flower, which all has the same attributes applied to them, and I am using the loops graphic style on each of these objects. In fact, if I go ahead and I click to select one of these objects, I can see in my Appearance panel that I currently have a path that's targeted. But more importantly, the appearance panel is also telling me that I have the loops graphic style applied to that path.

We're starting to see here that the Appearance panel gives me a tremendous amount of information about my file. For example, if another designer worked on this file and they handed the file off to me, just by clicking on this artwork and looking the Appearance panel, I can easily see that there is now a graphic style applied to that piece of art. Why m...

Changing artwork by modifying a graphic style
Video duration: 7m 39s 5h 7m Intermediate

Viewers:

Changing artwork by modifying a graphic style provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator Insider Training: Rethinking the Essentials

Subject:
Design
Software:
Illustrator
Author:
please wait ...