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Design Illustrator Foundations How to Draw in Illustrator Transparency and Blending Modes

When you apply a blending mode to an object, the effect of the blending mode is seen on any objects that lie beneath the

When you apply a blending mode to an object, the effect of the blending mode is seen on any objects that lie beneath the object’s group or .

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Jonathan Grieve
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Jonathan Grieve
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I'm assuming at this point this is a true or false question, the answer to which i believe is True. :)