Editing color groups with the color wheel


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Editing color groups with the color wheel

Back in chapter 3 we spoke about how important it was for us to actually organize our colors using Swatch Groups or what we saw as those little folders inside of the Swatches panel. In this chapter, and moving forward throughout the title, we're going to start to see the fruits of our labor. It may have taken us a few extra steps to create those groups, but in doing so, we'll be able to take advantage of more functionality inside of Illustrator. Let's start with a simple concept of just simply editing colors.

I am going to start by creating a new document here; Command+N or Ctrl+N to create a new document. I am going to leave my setting here set to the Print, New Document Profile, and I am going to click OK. Now in this profile, if you look at my Swatches panel, I have several swatches that are now loose inside of the Swatches panel and if I scroll down I see that I have two Color Groups here; one called Grays and one called Brights. Normally, you know that you can just simply d...

Editing color groups with the color wheel
Video duration: 12m 51s 4h 44m Intermediate

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Editing color groups with the color wheel 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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Design
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Illustrator
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