Asignar Pantone a Ilustración en Escala de grises respetando los porcentajes

Community Beginner ,
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Hola, muchas gracias por vuestra ayuda.

Una pregunta: Si pasas un dibujo a escala de grises  a través de: Edición/ Editar colores / Convertir a escala de grises ¿Cómo podrías asignarle un Pantone respetando los porcentajes?

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Advocate , Jun 24, 2022 Jun 24, 2022

No necesariamente tienes que convertir el dibujo a escala de grises para esto, si el dibujo esta a color tambien se puede cambiar, pero el resultado puede ser diferente, te sugiero hacer pruebas.

 

1. Selecciona los elementos o el dibujo que quieres cambiar

2. Vas a Edit colors - Recolor with preset - 1 color job, te sale una ventana para escoger la libreria que quieras, en este caso debes escoger PANTONE Solid Coated

 

MarioArizmendi_1-1656094751892.png

 

 

3. Te sale ya un pantone automaticamente seleccionado delendiendo del color pre

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 24, 2022 Jun 24, 2022

This, using percentages of black, does not keep the percentages when recolored with a Pantone swatch.

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This, converted to grayscale and using percentages of gray, does keep the percentages when recolored with a Pantone swatch.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 24, 2022 Jun 24, 2022

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You mean assign spot colors to those greyscale objects?

 

Try Edit > Edit colors > Recolor artwork (watch out for the color scaling options which are in the very tiny arrow right to the new color swatch in the dialog.

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Community Beginner ,
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Hello Monika. Thank you very much. I meant to substitute all the black percentages at once. GustavoSin título-1.png

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 24, 2022 Jun 24, 2022

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Create a color group with your Pantone color in the Swatches panel.

Select the objects that are converted to grayscale and choose Recolor Artwork.

Click the Color group and OK

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If you don't convert  to grayscale first you will not keep the percentages.

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Advocate ,
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Good method, faster than mine, how ever the result doenst mantain the original values as I noted, it makes  minor changes on the values, so this is a very interesting challenge, how to convert keeping the original values intact

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This, using percentages of black, does not keep the percentages when recolored with a Pantone swatch.

Black.gif

This, converted to grayscale and using percentages of gray, does keep the percentages when recolored with a Pantone swatch.

Gray.gif

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Muchas Gracias Ton, explicación muy útil, gracias por tu tiempo y conocimiento. Gustavo

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Good to hear that helped.

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Advocate ,
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Hmm, doesnt work for me, tried on 2019 and 2022 illustrator versions and the same result, the values doesnt stay, I am on a Mac ....

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So what exactly do you do? Do you choose Edit > Edit Colors > Convert to Grayscale before using Recolor Artwork?

Can you share an example document where it does not work?

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Community Beginner ,
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Gracias Monika, tu respuesta abrió este hilo que me ha aportado mucho conocimiento "You are theFirst"👏👏

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Advocate ,
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No necesariamente tienes que convertir el dibujo a escala de grises para esto, si el dibujo esta a color tambien se puede cambiar, pero el resultado puede ser diferente, te sugiero hacer pruebas.

 

1. Selecciona los elementos o el dibujo que quieres cambiar

2. Vas a Edit colors - Recolor with preset - 1 color job, te sale una ventana para escoger la libreria que quieras, en este caso debes escoger PANTONE Solid Coated

 

MarioArizmendi_1-1656094751892.png

 

 

3. Te sale ya un pantone automaticamente seleccionado delendiendo del color predominante del dibujo, das doble click en la casilla new para escoger cualquier Pantone que prefieras y das ok

MarioArizmendi_2-1656095608262.png

 

 

4. Este pantone queda automaticamente adicionado a los swatches de tu documento, igual podras seguirlo cambiando cuantas veces quieras.

 

PD: Acabo de notar que este metodo no mantiene los valores iniciales del documento, interesante descubrir como hacerlo.

Yo uso el programa en Ingles, asi que no se como aparezcan traducidos los menus si el programa esta en Español

 

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Community Beginner ,
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Mario lo mismo que le he dicho a Ton, Muchas Gracias, explicación muy útil, gracias por tu tiempo y conocimiento. Gustavo 

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