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Fountain fills fill objects with a smooth transition between two (or more) colors and come in various styles Many commercial pieces of artwork are created today that imitate the traditional airbrush (popular in the mid 20th century) by using fountain fills You can apply a fountain fill in different ways, and the following tutorial shows you the quickest, most artistically satisfying way
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1 Select an object and then choose the Interactive Fill Tool (G) from the Toolbox 2 Click-drag, beginning at one side of your object and dragging to the opposite side at
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any angle; try dragging from 10 o clock to 4 o clock, for example A default linear fountain fill is created using the object s current fill color, making a color transition from the defined color to white, indicated by settings in the Property Bar If your object has no fill, a default black-to-white fountain fill is created
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3 For a different fountain fill type, choose Radial, Conical, or Square from the Fill
Type selector As you do this, the shape of your fountain fill (and the available Property Bar options) changes
4 Experiment with changing the appearance of the fill by dragging to move the color
markers and midpoint slider control Notice how the position changes affect your fill The midpoint slider is used to influence the point at which the From color and the To color in the fountain fill is exactly a 50/50 mix of the colors So if, for example, you want to create a shaded sphere, you begin with an ellipse object, fountain fill it with the Radial fill type, and then move the midpoint closer to the white marker than the black to make a small, subtle, sharp highlight on the object: bingo, you have yourself a dimensional sphere! Using these steps, you ve created a default linear fountain fill Your click-drag action specifies several properties The first click sets the From color position, and the drag direction defines the angle The length of the drag defines the distance, and the mouse release defines the To color position A series of interactive markers shows the position of each of these values This is important to understanding how fountain fills are applied; other fountain fill operations are variations on this theme Next, let s examine each fountain fill type in detail (see Figure 17-2)
Linear This is the default fountain fill style, and it is most useful for shading rectangular shapes to suggest lighting on a dimensional plane or 3D object The color marker positions mainly control its appearance Radial This type makes a color transition outward in a circular style, terrific for shading round objects and objects you d like to soften in appearance While using radial fountain fills, the center offset controls where the fill begins
Linear
Radial
Conical
Square
FIGURE 17-2
There is a fountain fill type to bring out the dimensional qualities of almost any shape
CHAPTER 17:
Filling Objects
Conical This might not be a fill type you use every day, but if you need to simulate the look of the playing side of a DVD or an aerial view of a grain silo, Conical produces a strongly shaded and unique transition between two or more colors The From color of a Conical fill is the beginning and the end of the conical fill, and the To color shades all the in-between blend steps The center control handle can be used to increase the contrast of the effect by dragging it toward the From color marker along the dotted-line arc of the control handles; dragging the center toward the To marker creates less contrast and a milder effect Square This style produces a look like a four-pointed starburst In fact, it is also a type for the Transparency Tool You could overlay transparency in Square blending mode with a Fountain fill and get a truly sparkling effect The center marker controls contrast; the To marker sets distance and direction for the fill
There s a really fast way to copy fill or outline properties between objects Rightclick-drag one object over the other until a target cursor appears, and then release the mouse button Then choose Copy Fill Here from the pop-up menu When a shape is selected, double-clicking the Fill box in the Status Bar opens a corresponding dialog where you can edit the current fill of the object and also add it to a Preset list for safekeeping for future needs
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