Using the Isolate Blending setting


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Using the Isolate Blending setting

In this movie we're going to focus on the bottom part here of the Transparency panel, specifically the Isolate Blending setting. Of the three options here that exist at the bottom of the Transparency panel, the Isolate Blending is the least technical and it probably is also the most useful. So let's learn exactly what it does and maybe also provide an example for when you might want to use it. Now let's take a look at this piece of artwork over here. It's a nice flowerpot. We've got some flowers and some leaves flying around here. This file is called flowerpot2.ai, and I want to actually now go ahead and create now an additional kind of motif using some of these leaves that I might be able to use throughout my design.

Now, this is all one group right now, if I click on it to select it. So I'm going to use my regular Selection tool to double-click on the group to isolate it. So now I'm inside the group and I'm going to select just let's say this leaf ri...

Using the Isolate Blending setting
Video duration: 5m 20s 2h 50m Intermediate

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Using the Isolate Blending setting provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator Insider Training: Seeing Through Transparency

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Design
Software:
Illustrator
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