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Lesson 8. Symbols, Brushes, and Hoses > Using Blends for Shading

Using Blends for Shading

When the blend capability was first introduced for a competing product, marketing materials illustrated the feature by using the blend command to morph an S into a swan. That was pretty cool, but you probably won’t be using blends in that way often. More frequently, you will use blends to create shading for objects.

Blending lets you create multiple paths that morph from one shape to another. If the paths contain different colors, the colors as well as the paths of the objects shift over the course of the steps in the blend.


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