Blend into Everything – “Blending” in Illustrator | Victor Langer | Skillshare

Blend into Everything – “Blending” in Illustrator

Victor Langer, Logosaurus Rex, Graphic Designosaur

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6 Lessons (35m)
    • 1. Trailer

    • 2. Lesson 1: Radial Blend -- A Dazzling Star

    • 3. Lesson 2: Line Blend -- A Space Warp

    • 4. Lesson 3: Spine Blend -- A Spiral Tunnel

    • 5. Lesson 4: Shady Blends -- Shading, Reflection & Shadows

    • 6. Still Not Extinct


About This Class

In Illustrator, blending means when one shape gradually transforms into another. The technique has many different uses. You can blend colors as well as shapes. Here’s an overview of the lessons.


The skills covered in this class are the Make Blend command, the Blend Tool, and the Blend Colors command.

I’m assuming you have basic Illustrator ability.

Be sure to view the video on full screen.

I'm using version CS6. If you have a different version it may vary slightly.





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Victor Langer

Logosaurus Rex, Graphic Designosaur

I've been a freelance graphic designer and logomaniac since the days of B.C. That's not Before Christ--it's Before Computers. How many of you colleagues out there remember B.C.? Rubber cement paste-ups, photostats, Linotype, Maylines, adjustable triangles, Letraset, Rubylith overlays, cutting compasses. Yes, positively prehistoric. But it takes a dinosaur to fully appreciate the newfangled wonders of Adobe Illustrator and the iMac. At first I resisted evolution, but after I got a whiff of it ...

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