Mixing blend modes inside a single path


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Mixing blend modes inside a single path

All right, I'm still working inside the file called Blue eyes.ai. I've since turned on the hair sublayer and selected the hair compound path. So you want to ahead and twirl open hair and then meatball this hair right there. All right then let's switch over to the Appearance palette. The only reason we can't see the selection outlines is that I pressed Ctrl+H or Command+H on the Mac to hide them. Now what I want to do is create an interaction between these two different Fill attributes using Blend modes here inside of Illustrator. So I'm going to start things off by clicking on this blue item. The blue fill, which is a solid blue fill, you can see that here inside of the Color palette, just 100% Cyan, 50% Magenta nothing more.

I'm going to set it's Blend mode from Normal to Color, like so. That is going to colorize everything below. So not only the objects below, if indeed it can reach them, but also the attributes below. So what we're really doing in thi...

Mixing blend modes inside a single path
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Mixing blend modes inside a single path provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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