Working with "Phantom" Colors in Adobe Illustrator


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Working with "phantom" colors

In the previous movie, we spoke about using the Color panel to create colors. Now I also shared with you that I really don't like to use the Color panel to create my colors, I prefer to use the Swatches panel so that I can actually create the swatches that are like saved colors. So let me take a moment to explain why I do that. Inside of Illustrator, if I wanted, for example, work with this document here and I wanted to add some color, so maybe I'll take let's say the inside part of this little flower here, this little circle here; I want to fill that with a color I'm not really sure yet which color, so I click to let's say on the slider over here, this little spectrum that I had down here, and maybe I'll choose let's say this color right here.

It happens to be that it has a value of 60% Cyan and 100% Yellow. So it looks really nice, I can now click on let's say this shape right over here, but notice that right now, I don't actually have that color h...

Working with "phantom" colors
Video duration: 5m 16s 4h 44m Intermediate

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Working with "phantom" colors provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator Insider Training: Coloring Artwork

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Design
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Illustrator
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