Video:Quick Tip: What Are Additive Styles in Illustrator?with Andrew Hyland
Additive styles are a transform effect that can be applied to any object in Illustrator. Get a brief overview of Adobe Illustrator's additive styles in this how-to video from About.com.See Transcript
Transcript:Quick Tip: What Are Additive Styles in Illustrator?
Hi this is Andrew Hyland for About.com and this is what is additive styles in Illustrator.
What are Additive Styles in Illustrator?
With styles such as graphic styles and illustrator we usually think of a change happening more visually like an effect. Additive styles use a transform to change an object.
Using Additive Styles in Illustrator
In order to use additive styles you need to open up your graphic styles panel go to your library menu and select additive. That will then give you all the edited styles that are possible to be used on any object. Once selected you can see them show up in your appearance panel. To use the additive styles just hold down the option key and apply them to your object.
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