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Select the objects you want to blend. Choose Object > Blend > Make. Note: By default, Illustrator calculates the optimum number of steps to create a smooth color transition. To control the number of steps or distance between steps, set blending options.
Draw a circle, hold Opt/Alt+Shift and drag it across the artboard to create a duplicate. Now select both shapes and go to Object>Blend>Make (or hit Cmd/Ctrl+Opt/Alt+B) to create a blend between the two. Illustrator will produce a default blend, which might not be what you want.
Compared to the Gradient Mesh Tool, the Blend Tool is a Live tool, meaning that you can change its object or shape, its color or position, and the blend will be updated live. You can create blends either with the Blend Tool or the Make Blend command.
Illustrator's Blend tool lets you combine shapes and colors between two or more objects to create a new object. The Blend tool blends colors as well as shapes and interpolates the intermediate steps to get from one object to the next. The ability to create blends is a fundamental skill for anyone using Illustrator.
Now select both shapes and go to Object>Blend>Make (or hit Cmd/Ctrl+Opt/Alt+B) to create a blend between the two. Illustrator will produce a default blend, which might not be what you want. So to edit it, keep the blend selected and double-click the Blend tool icon in the toolbar.
Simply select the objects with a blend applied, then go to the Blend Tool and double-click it. The Blend Option window will appear and here we can change the spacing. We can choose from three options.
The most basic thing you can do with the Blend tool is to blend one shape into another across a specified number of steps. Now select both shapes and go to Object>Blend>Make (or hit Cmd/Ctrl+Opt/Alt+B) to create a blend between the two. Illustrator will produce a default blend, which might not be what you want.
Illustrator's Blend tool lets you combine shapes and colors between two or more objects to create a new object. The Blend tool blends colors as well as shapes and interpolates the intermediate steps to get from one object to the next. The ability to create blends is a fundamental skill for anyone using Illustrator.
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