How To Make The PERFECT Gradient! (Works Every Time)



Will we be able to make perfect and smooth gradients in Adobe Illustrator? The vector based program that is notoriously difficult for making gradients in? Today we will look at some tips and techniques when making gradients in Adobe Illustrator, that will really take things to new levels.

It can be annoying when we print out a design that uses a gradient, and it has banding all over the place. Or maybe when we generate a gradient for a RGB design, and it looks horrible. There are some tips and techniques that can help with these issues, such as adding a grain noise, using more colours, and other neat little hacks that can really help when using gradients.

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