The Multiply blend mode


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The Multiply blend mode

In this exercise, we are going to take a look at the first of the many blend modes that are available to us inside of Illustrator and that's the Multiply mode. Great for burning one object into another as you are about to see. I am still working inside this document called The head revealed.ai. I'm going to zoom out and click here, so that I can see more of the illustration. And then I'm going to scroll down to this bench sublayer, expand it, so I can see what's going on, and I'll select the bench object right there, this guy, this second Path inside of the bench sublayer. Well notice that it's fully opaque as you can see here inside the Transparency palette.

What if I wanted to create an Overlapping effect? Basically, I want the ink from the bench to appear as if they were overprinted on to the other inks inside of the illustration, so that one ink darkens the others, just as they do in the world of CMYK. Why then I would go to the Transparency palette, or I co...

The Multiply blend mode
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The Multiply blend mode 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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