Defining and using process colors


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Defining and using process colors

So we know that in Illustrator, I can use the COLOR panel, which I can find right over here to mix any kind of color that I want to create and then use those colors to actually apply the color to artwork inside of my document. But we also know that if these colors are not saved as swatches, meaning, they're just these phantom colors that live inside my document, there's no easy way for me to apply that color to a new artwork that I might want to create. Now of course, if I want a color that I want to continually access as I'm working, I probably want to save that color as a swatch.

And the most simple kind of swatch that you can create inside of Illustrator is something called a process color swatch. Now remember, inside of Illustrator the term process doesn't mean CMYK printing, which a lot of people refer to as process colors. Process simply means that the color itself that's used inside of that swatch is made up of a mixture of some kind of primary colors, be it ...

Defining and using process colors
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Defining and using process colors provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator Insider Training: Coloring Artwork

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