Protecting black, white, and gray


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Protecting black, white, and gray

So we know that in Illustrator I can use the Recolor Artwork feature to change colors that appear inside of any selected artwork. Just to go through the basic steps on how to do that, once I've a file open I can make a selection on any artwork. I could then click on the color wheel here to open up the Recolor Artwork dialog box, and I can start to use different color rows here to adjust the colors that appear inside of my document, and how those colors were now changed into something new that I've defined. We also know that by default since Illustrator doesn't know yet which colors we want to change, all colors that appear inside of my artwork are simply re-mapped back to themselves.

However, we've also seen that while some colors do get mapped back to themselves some appear not to; mainly in this case black and white. Let's understand exactly why this happens inside of Illustrator and more importantly, let's understand how to control it so that we can make it do th...

Protecting black, white, and gray
Video duration: 6m 24s 4h 44m Intermediate

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Protecting black, white, and gray 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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