Copy Appearances with the Eyedropper Tool in Illustrator


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Copying appearances with the Eyedropper tool

Working with graphic styles is incredibly efficient. If you are working with artwork that you know you are going to be working on many, many times in the future then graphic styles are definitely the way to go. However, it does take some time and effort to set up graphic styles, and sometimes if you simply want to copy the attributes from one object to another, it might be a lot quicker to use the Eyedropper tool. However, when working with appearances, you might find some trouble working with the Eyedropper tool, so in this video I want to explain to you how to use the Eyedropper tool successfully when working with appearances.

Now, in this document here called eyedropper.ai I have three shapes across the top that have different types of attributes applied to them. In the case on the right over here, I actually have a complex appearance applied to the shape, and on the bottom, I have simply the same piece of artwork, but it just has a plain white fill and a black stroke. I am going to wa...

Copying appearances with the Eyedropper tool
Video duration: 5m 28s 5h 7m Intermediate

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Copying appearances with the Eyedropper tool 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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