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- Michael_Vestel@adobeforums.com #1
How do you make an object like a line or a circle a silver color? Shiny or some canned colors like metal or chromium or silver or something?
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- Scott_Falkner@adobeforums.com #2
Re: Silver color
Depends on your end product. If you are producing printed material, then a metalic ink, separated and printed as a spot colour (or better yet, foil) is ideal. If you are confined to process colours, or are makign something for screen only, then you'll probably want to explore gradients, to simulate the reflected light from a metalic surface. Look at printed or online images to find the effect you like, then make a gradient to simulate that.