Finding spot equivalents of process colors


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Finding spot equivalents of process colors

One of the things that the Recolor Artwork feature inside of Illustrator can do is help you find color matches. Let me explain what I mean by that. Say maybe you have a design in front of you, I have this file right now called matching 1, and let's just take a look right now at just this piece of art work right here. If I select this right now and let's say I want to find all the colors used in this design, I can create a new Swatch group here by clicking on the New Color Group icon, and I will call this one, just Design for now, and if I click OK, I now see all the colors used in that artwork.

Now these colors are all process colors granted they are global process colors, but this would mean I need to print this artwork using process colors. Let's say right now I get a phone call and my client actually wants to use pantone colors to print this. Now I want my artwork to look the same. I just want to find basically the closest matching pantone colors to my existing process colors...

Finding spot equivalents of process colors
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Finding spot equivalents of 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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Design
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Illustrator
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