Creating a crosshatch effect with Scribble


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Creating a crosshatch effect with Scribble

We already know how powerful it can be to add multiple effects to a single object inside of Illustrator. However, it can even be helpful to add multiple versions of the same effect to a single object inside of Illustrator to achieve some interesting results. For example, check this one out. I wan to add some kind of a nice texture to this text. So I am going to start off by first selecting the text itself, but I will tell you that I really want to have any appearance to the actual characters because I am going to be adding separate fills. So what I am going to do in this case here is I am actually going to set the fill for the characters themselves to be none.

Now, we can't see anything yet, but let's first go to the Appearance panel here and add a new fill. Now by default, Illustrator gives this is a black fill, but I am going to change it to this purple color right here. Next, I want to use an effect here called Scribble, but before I apply it to this object, I want to apply it to ...

Creating a crosshatch effect with Scribble
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Creating a crosshatch effect with Scribble 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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