Expanding on an existing harmony rule


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Expanding on an existing harmony rule

In this move I will show you how to design a custom color scheme based on an existing harmony rule, and we will once again achieve this effect inside the Edit Colors dialog box. So I'll start things off by employing one of the existing harmony rules, and that harmony rule is the last one in the list here inside the Color Guide panel, which is Pentagram. And now just to make sure everything is set up the way it should be, I'll select my t-shirt art to make it active, and I'll click on that blue base color in order to make it the base color for the Color Guide panel.

Now I'll select this background rectangle and I'll go ahead and change it to the shade of red, for example, just so that we are coming up with something different. Then I'll select these yellow leaves and I will change them to this vivid shade of violet and I'll click on the red shapes, which are barely visible anymore, and I'll change them to the most saturated version of the yellow. And I'...

Expanding on an existing harmony rule
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Expanding on an existing harmony rule provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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