Using RGB for the web


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Using RGB for the web

In this exercise we are going to discuss the world of RGB, that is Red, Green and Blue, the primary colors of light, and these are the primary colors that you want to work with if you are creating an illustration for the Web or you are making something that is going to become part of a screen presentation, or kiosk, or you are going to film. Or you may want to think about employing RGB if your final output destination is an inkjet printer, just because inkjet printers are designed to work with RGB images. So I'm still working in this Tone-Po Shapes.ai file that I've made an absolute mess of, and we haven't done anything meaningful with it. So if yours looks quite messy too, that's just fine. And I'm going to Shift-click on this first color swatch up here in the Control palette. We see the CMYK sliders. I'm going to switch over to RGB just by choosing it from the flyout menu, and then we see the RGB equivalence of this chocolate brown color. And I want to show yo...

Using RGB for the web
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Using RGB for the web provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS4 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design
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