Using multiple fills to create textures


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Using multiple fills to create textures

Let's take a look at one more real- world example about why we might want to apply multiple fills to a single object using appearances inside of Illustrator. Let's take another look at this congratulations card that we created earlier. We added a really nice border using multiple stroke attributes. Well, now in this file called congrats_2, we actually want to wake up the background somewhat to this file. Let's add some kind of a texture to the nice bland little light yellow color that we have going on inside of the background. Now, what we are going to do here is actually something quite interesting.

We know that inside of Illustrator, we have three different types of fills that we can apply as attributes to an object. We have solid colors, which we are using right here. We can also add patterns and we can add gradients. So what we are going to do in this example is actually create a single object that has three different fills-- a solid-color fill, a pattern fill, and the gradie...

Using multiple fills to create textures
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Using multiple fills to create textures provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator Insider Training: Rethinking the Essentials

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Design
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Illustrator
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