Lynda.com – Creating Infographics with Illustrator

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Let us help. Discover the Royal difference. Call us Lynda. Fill the object with linear gradient from white to grey. The direction of the gradient corresponds to the direction of light source. All the following items will be lit by this common source. The global lighting solution is the first sign of good design. With the linear gradients we will show the light and shade change on these surfaces. To make some contrast between the light background and paper tape we create the drops of shadow.

With the Ellipse Tool L create a circle with radial gradient fill from grey to white. Apply the Multiply Blending mode to the circle and place it below the paper tape.

Using this technique create shadow in the upper part of the tape. Step 8 Create one more paper tape as it is shown on the figure below. The creation technique of such objects was described above. Place a vector world map on this tape. Place the first graph in the place created by design.

As you can see, it should be reduced. But it is impossible to do it with the Selection Tool V. As you can see, it is impossible. But we can turn off the stroke of the path. The object will be invisible. Make two axes invisible. To make the numbers invisible, turn off their fill. You can also change the text color and its position. Replace the column fill with blue. Apply white to its stroke.

Take the Rectangle Tool M and create ten squares with 1 x 1px of size, as it is shown on the figure below. Step 14 Select a column of the graph and add a new fill in the Appearance panel. Step 15 Create drop shadow from a column.

Add a new fill and place it below all in the Appearance panel. Apply a linear gradient from black to light-grey. Apply the Multiply Blending mode to the fill. It can also be done in the Appearance panel. Step 16 In order not to repeat an entire sequence of actions for the rest of the graph columns save the graph style in appropriate panel.

Apply the graph style to the lower column.

Lynda.com - Creating Infographics with Illustrator

Lynda.com - Creating Infographics with Illustrator