Friday - November 17, 2017
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I was happy to see that your site was the first search result of 157,000 (even before Adobe) for my “how to make tints in illustrator” search. SEO MASTER!
Yay, thank you, love this tute, so helpful!!!
I wish to have tint panel. Drudgery effort so! Hear me Adobe!
Thank you so much. Your tutorial helped me a lot.
thanks but i dont understand on how to add colour in tint and shade enlighten me more becos we gave as an assignment.
Premium Design Works has informed me that there is in fact a updated way to create colour tints. So here is the Adobe page for all those stumbling on this page looking for easier tints: https://helpx.adobe.com/illustrator/using/color-groups-harmonies.html
Thanks for that PDW!
Thanks for the info.
Achieving tints like this was so super easy in Microsoft Freehand. It literally happened at the click of a button. But for Adobe Illustrator it is quite a tedious process. I find this very strange for such a modern application.
This tutorial is superb. Its exactly what i was searching for.:D
this tutorial is super. It was exactly what i was searching for.:D
Using Illustrator to Match CMYK/RGB Colors to PMS
i apretiate the how to a lot
Thank you this was helpful… Now I wonder if there is an easier way for CS5
Illustrator CS5 has a tool called Color Guide that does tint and shades for you. Open it under the window menu.
Not sure if CS3 has it too but just thought I’d throw that little tid-bit out there since you asked.
The problem with Adobe color guide is that it’s not precise enough with Shades. I want better control over how it shades a color. Let me decide what percentage of shade to give.
I like this tutorial, it will help me, but I certainly wish there was a more dynamic way to handle shading.
other interesing resources are:
Thanks, this tutorial is exactly what I am looking for.
Thanks for the tutorial; it was just what I needed.
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