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Note that a PNG in Illustrator is seen as one object. There is no mechanism to allow a user to color individual pieces of a PNG within Illustrator. You could use Image Trace to convert your PNG to vector objects. Results are highly dependent upon trace settings and the original artwork. To work with the PNG as a whole... Embed your PNG into Illustrator and ...


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Yes. When you import (place) a png file (or any raster image format) just turn off the "link" checkbox. This will enable the "Filter" Menu for that image and you can use adjust colors and other filters to manipulate the image. Just remember that the image will be inside the AI file. If the "link" option is enabled, you do that in the original file with an ...


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RGB is hard to use for color calculations in my opinion. It is far more easier to create color schemes in the HSL color space. H = Hue, S = Saturation, L = Lightness The colors are divided in those three values. Her is an example for your colors in HSL: H S L 331°, 35%, 39% 331°, 36%, 38% 330°, 29%, 44% 330°, 50%, 22% 330°, 35%, 29% 335°, 44%, 85% ...


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Very easy. Open any graphics editor (or, really, any program with a good colour picker). Input the colour you have and change the picker mode to HSV. Now grab the hue control and move it to the blue range. Change to hex mode again and read the new value. Some browsers will accept color: hsl(h, %, %) ( h= 0-360) It's possible to do the math with a pencil, ...



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