Using multiple fills to mix spot colors


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Using multiple fills to mix spot colors

We've seen a few examples of how useful it could be to add multiple stroke attributes to single objects inside of Illustrator. Now, let's focus on some real-world usage for why you might want to apply multiple fills to single objects inside of Illustrator. Now, in this file, called Floral Design, I have here a repeat of four different design elements. It's actually the same flower but on different colored backgrounds. This is actually going to be printing using spot colors. I have three spot colors here that I am working with. I have black, plus I have two Pantone colors. If you are looking at my document, I have Pantone 7458 and I also have Pantone 382.

But you know something, a technique that a lot of designers use when they only want to work with a very limited number of colors--in this case here just two spot colors plus black-- in order to simulate the use of more colors, they may mix different percentages of those colors to make it appear as if there are more colors. Fo...

Using multiple fills to mix spot colors
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Using multiple fills to mix spot colors 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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