Explore some design options using Illustrator’s blend tool using blend options and the path selection tool.

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  1. marizmendi (Reply) on Tuesday June 21, 2011

    Great tutorial very well and clear explained…tnk

  2. rusdi kopilemon (Reply) on Tuesday June 21, 2011

    waw….very well…:) thk

  3. Willpower (Reply) on Tuesday June 21, 2011

    pretty sick dude !

  4. SoftwareFan (Reply) on Tuesday June 21, 2011

    Good tips on blending in Illustrator. Another tip: You can preflight, collect and package Adobe Illustrator files with FlightCheck by Markzware.

  5. Jon Harvey (Reply) on Tuesday June 21, 2011

    I couldn’t get it to work circle-rectangle blend to work. I went through the tutorial again and again and got the same wrong result using the same colors he did. I got a blend of grayish-black banding from the circle border to to the rectangle. Regardless of what I tried, I couldn’t get his result and have no idea why. What would cause red and white to create a gray-black blend? Who knows.

  6. Dan (Reply) on Tuesday June 21, 2011

    Thanks!! realy helpfull!!!

  7. muhammed ismaheel (Reply) on Tuesday June 21, 2011

    i’ve been wanting to meet someone to teach me how to design in photoshop. i will be very glad if i can benefit through your talent

  8. jay (Reply) on Tuesday June 21, 2011

    Hmm….very nice…thank you for the tuts!!!.

  9. May An-Najdy (Reply) on Tuesday June 21, 2011

    thanks ,very helpful :)



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