Learn how to recolor your artwork using Color Theme Picker.
With Illustrator, you can create unlimited color variations instantly with a color-balancing wheel, curated color library, or the Color Theme Picker tool. Play with colors and pick the one that works the best and recolor your artwork at the click of a button.
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With Color Theme Picker, you can pick and extract color palettes from one or more artwork or images present on the canvas or their select portions and recolor your current artwork with them. Ensure that artwork or images from which you want to pick color inspiration are placed on your canvas. You can extract colors from both vector and raster objects on the canvas.
To add a new color stop, right-click anywhere on the color wheel and choose Create New. Now, move this new color stop to pick a color of your choice.
By default, all the color stops move together. To unlink the color harmony and move color stops individually, click the icon. Click again to relink the color harmony.
By default, the color wheel shows the color saturation and hue. To adjust the color saturation and hue, drag the slider at the bottom.
To adjust the color brightness and hue, do the following:
To randomly change saturation, hue, and brightness, click the button next to the color wheel. The values are auto-adjusted and displayed in the color wheel.
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