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How do I create this text style with multiple offset fill colours in Illustrator please?

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marked as duplicate by Scott adobe-illustrator May 10 at 12:25

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  • @Danielillo i don't think that it is duplicate at all. see my answer since in above image there is clear natural blending like our color wheel where blue+yellow= green and red+blue=purple so its just blended in multiply mode :) – Design Phoenix May 10 at 11:49
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    I kind of feel it is a duplicate. While Danielilo did alter blending modes in the answer at the duplicate, that was not detailed int he answer itself. Perhaps editing to include the blending mode chances would help. – Scott May 10 at 12:26
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Its made by using Multiply Blending Option

=> Make your font and fill it to blue color then go to Appearance and double Click on Opacity then change it's mode Normal to Multiply. do same for other 2 colors and then just adjust your Fonts :) and voila you got it!

=> basically even i wasn't sure about this before trying but i was damn clear that this looks same as our color wheel like blue and yellow = Green so that's where my idea became answer :)

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    My approach was almost exactly the same as yours, except... I used the appearance palette and added the new fills to the same single text element, applied transform effect to each new fill to get the correct x-y translations, and set each fill's opacity to multiply there - that way it's all one single easily-edited text string, but looks just right. also you can then save it as a graphic style and one-click apply it to other elements. – GerardFalla May 10 at 15:51

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