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The way you can achieve the soft shading similar to the examples you've showed is to create a new shape that has a gradient fade from black to black with 0% transparency on one end. Create a duplicate of the shape you want to add the shadow to, and use it as a clipping mask for your "shadow"(cmd/ctrl+7). Then drag that over the main shape (or you could ...


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There is not a possibility to change the layer of multiple layers at once. There are, however, two possible workarounds: Place the layers you want to affect into a folder, and change the folder's Layer Style. Change the Layer Style of one layer the way you want it, then Alt+click and drag the 'fx' icon from one layer entry in the Layers pallette to every ...


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1. Create your gradient 2. Effect → Sketch → Graphic Pen... Unhappy with the size of the dots? 3. Effect → Document Raster Effects Settings... Resolution Bonus: Colorize The Sketch effects output is monochrome by nature so you are stuck with a black and white gradient to begin with. You can easily colorize the effect with the use of some blending ...


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Select All (cmd + A) Copy (cmd + C) Add Mask (Button at the bottom of the layers panel) Select the Mask Channel (alt + Click the mask thumbnail) Paste (cmd + V) Invert Mask (cmd + I) Click the layer thumbnail to deselect the mask channel. You can do this directly with color gradients—copying and pasting to the mask channel will automatically ...


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Select Layer with gradient, set the layer blending mode to Multiply What does Multiply do? Looks at the color information in each channel and multiplies the base color by the blend color. The result color is always a darker color. Multiplying any color with black produces black. Multiplying any color with white leaves the color unchanged. When you’re ...



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