Using the swatch groups


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Using the swatch groups

When you first begin to work with color inside of Illustrator, you'll notice that Illustrator provides you with several different swatches that are already pre-built into the Swatches panel. However, they're not really organized with any rhyme or reason, except for the two at the bottom. You'll notice here that I have two little folder icons, one labeled Grays and one labeled Brights. The Grays folder displays all different levels of gray that I'm able to select, while the Brights folder contains several bright colors that I'm able to use. This as a great way to organize different swatches into small folders called color groups.

And in this movie, I'm going to show you how to start organizing your colors so that you can better work with them here inside of Illustrator. I'm going to drag out the Swatches panel so you can actually see what's going on and I'll expand it out to give us some room. In order to create a new color group inside of Illustrator, yo...

Using the swatch groups
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Using the swatch groups provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Justin Seeley as part of the Illustrator CS6 Essential Training

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Design
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Illustrator
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