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In the latest version of Adobe Illustrator, I am working on some icons, and want to change the color of one.

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The green one I'm happy with. The doc color and the fold color go well together. But, what if I want to change the color to yellow, how can I figure out what the fold color would be on the yellow so that it matches the green?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You.

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If I were you I would:

Create a layer

Click the button Create Sub Layer and name it PageLayer

On the Sub Layer Create the shape with top right corner cut out:

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Click the button again Create Sub Layer on top of the PageLayer and title it Fold

On the Fold Layer create the fold itself and color it with K60:

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Place the Fold Layer over the PageLayer:

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Make sure it is all selected and click Align top and right from the Align Object:

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Select the Fold layer and go to Transparency and choose the options Multiply at 40%:

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and you should have this:

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Ideally you will be targeting a darker Hue of the page color. I hope this helps and is what you're looking for. You could always change the color of the Fold layer to a darker black or lighter black to target the Hue you're after

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I would lighten the yellow a bit and then use that current yellow color for the fold.

  • That is fine, but you're just guessing correct? Is there a tool / method I can use to get it exactly right? – J86 Jun 30 '14 at 15:50
  • How does this answer, "How can I figure out what the folder color would be on the yellow so that it matches the green?" – Ryan Jun 30 '14 at 17:04
  • Oh, I misread your question. That's my fault. Sorry about that. I would do what @Gramps said. I've used that method before. – Alicia Uhacz Jun 30 '14 at 19:12
  • @AliciaUhacz I would like to welcome you to GD but before you answer it would be a good idea to read the question. – DᴀʀᴛʜVᴀᴅᴇʀ Jul 1 '14 at 12:50
  • @Gramps I did read the question, thank you, I misread what he was asking for and came by that honestly. – Alicia Uhacz Jul 2 '14 at 14:45

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