Using the RGB sliders for screen output


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Using the RGB sliders for screen output

Now as I was saying, if you're going to be printing an illustration especially if you plan on outputting the document commercially, taking it to a commercial print house, then you want to be working with CMYK colors. However, if you're going to screen, if you're creating an image for the Web, or you're creating it for a screen presentation, or even if you're creating it for film output, then you want to go ahead and create the image as an RGB document and dial in your colors using RGB. I'm going to go ahead and click on this circle that I've been modifying here inside of the Ton-po shapes.ai file that's in the 05_Fill_strokes folder.

And now I'm going to Shift-click once again on this first icon here inside of the Control palette, and I'm going to switch over to RGB colors like so. So another way to dial in colors besides your CMYK primaries is to use RGB. RGB stands for red, green and blue and these are the color primaries of light. So any devic...

Using the RGB sliders for screen output
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Using the RGB sliders for screen output provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS3 One-on-One: The Essentials

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