I want to create a block of colours like this (from top left c:0 m:0 y: k:0 to bottom right c:100 m:0 y:0 k:0)
There are 100 colours there and I am currently doing a line of 10 with a fade with 10 steps and then duplicated that down. I then added a white line grid to make colour difference more apparent.
Is there a way to fade from top left to bottom right and get a blocky effect without having to do it a line at a time? Do note that each square above has no gradient in itself.
I need to make about 100 pages and want a quicker way to do this. I can use either photoshop (preferable) or illustrator.
Follow these steps in Adobe Illustrator:
1) Create a small box in the top left corner of your artboard.
2) Do the same for the other corners of the grid.
3) Choose desired colors
4) Blend the 2 columns with the blend tool and choose the amount of steps you want
5) Expand the blends with Object > Expand (or Expand Appearance)
6) Now blend the two groups together.
The key here is to expand the two blends before blending them together.
Hope this helps.
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