Working with linear gradient fills


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Working with linear gradient fills

Way back in the beginning of this video title we discussed in the key Illustrator concepts chapter about the different types of Fill properties you can apply to an object. We discuss that there were Solid Color Fills, something called the Gradient Fills and then Pattern Fills. Well, until now all we are going to applying so far through all these particular chapters have been solid colors, each of the objects have a flat level of color that's been applied. However, now we will take a look at the Gradient feature inside of Illustrator. In fact, there are two types of gradients. Gradients can either go in a left-to-right type of paradigm, which are called the Linear Gradients, and Gradients can also go from the center and then radiate outwards that are referred to as Radial Gradients. A Gradient basically allows you to fill a particular object not with just one flat color over the color that's smoothly blends into another color.

Let's start by applying just a regular plain Gra...

Working with linear gradient fills
Video duration: 6m 34s 8h 21m Beginner

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Working with linear gradient fills provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator CS4 Essential Training

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Design
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Illustrator
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