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Chapter 18. Working with Objects in Illustrator > Blending and Warping Objects

Blending and Warping Objects

Blending and warping, among other uses that will become apparent, can quickly distort and reshape objects without permanent alteration to the objects' paths.

Blending Objects

Blending is the process of morphing one object into another, creating intermediary objects called steps. Blending can be used for the purposes of creating smooth color transitions between objects, for creating interceding shapes between two unequal paths, and for creating transformation steps between two objects—for example, blending a small object with a large object fills in the sizes between (see Figure 18.7).


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