How to easily change colour groups to Pantone colours in Illustrator [video] | Pitter Pattern

At the end of last year, I made a few video tutorials for my Pattern Kick customers, explaining some useful tips & tricks to help them make the most of their pattern files. Today I’m sharing one of them with you: How to easily change colour groups to Pantone colours in Illustrator.

This video tutorial will show you, as described in the title, how to convert Illustrator colour groups in your Swatches panel, to Pantone colours. A very useful trick for when you have some artwork ready to send to the printers but didn’t work with Pantone colours from the beginning.

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10 things you need to know about the Pantone Studio app | Pitter Pattern

You might already know that I’m absolutely crazy about colour, and in my endless search for the perfect colour palette, I come across a multitude of resources, offline and online, good, not so good and plain bad…

One of my all time favourites is Pantone Studio, an iOS app for colour inspiration and management, created by Pantone, a provider of professional colour standards and digital solutions under a universal language.

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The Fast-track to Awesome Geometric Mandala Designs in Adobe Illustrator - Skillshare class by Veronica Galbraith | Pitter pattern

I’ve been a busy bee the last few weeks, preparing something I’ve been wanting to do for a couple of years… Hence the blog neglection, and I apologise profusely, but on the positive side: here are the results…

My first Skillshare class has been released! ‘The Fast-track to Awesome Geometric Mandala Designs in Adobe Illustrator’ is a short and sweet online class perfect for all pattern and colour lovers.

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Atrafloor Vinyl Flooring - May | Pitter Pattern

Less than 4 years ago I was right in the middle of having our family home extended. I was in charge of sourcing all the new fittings, including kitchen, lighting, wall tiles and flooring.

One of the most difficult things to find was vinyl flooring designs that didn’t suck… Oh, how I wish Atrafloor had existed back then!

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