After studying this session you will be able to
explain different types of color models select objects using different tools draw objects using different tools give effects using different tools
explain uses of different types of palettes group the given objects
arrange different objects drawn by them
transform the given image using transform palette
JIn the previous session you've seen few tools from the toolbox and various palettes that appear on startup. You've learnt to manage palettes for convenient working. You were also taught how to work on an existing document and to move around easily within the work area.
n this session, you will learn all about painting, working with color, color models and color palettes.
s.i Working with color
Filling color to objects created in Illustrator is fun. Before starting with how to fill color to object we will have
to examine some facts about color.
Filling is nothing but coloring the object up to the boundary of the path. The different types of fills are: Solid Color Fill, Gradient and Pattern.
Adobe Illustrator uses a number of color modes for displaying, printing and storing images. These modes are based on the established color models for describing and reproducing color.
A color mode in Illustrator determines the color model used to display and print Illustrator files.
Illustrator bases its color modes on established models for describing and reproducing color.
Illustrator documents are either in RGB or in CMYK. Despite this it allows you to select colors from several different color palettes or color models like Grayscale, RGB (Red, Green and Blue), HSB (Hue, Saturation and Brightness), CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black) and Web Safe RGB.
r Model is a system for describing color. Illustrator supports the following color models: Grayscale, RGB,
K, HSB and Web Safe RGB.You can switch between color models to choose and change color in your