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It is possible by using a layer mask on one of the pattern layers. Make 2 layers, one with each pattern. On the top layer, add a layer mask() On the layer mask, you can then draw a gradient using black and white or even draw with other tools. With layer masks, values in a range of black to white represent the transparency of a pixel, where black is ...


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You can do the following. Open your background image in Photoshop. Add a new layer and fill it with the color you want your gradient to be. In the image in the question it's like a very dark blue-grey color. On the gradient color layer, add a layer mask(). Choose the gradient tool and make sure that the gradient is black to white and on the layer ...


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For most calculations Photoshop uses every single RGB channel on its own, without regard to the other two (as long as you are in RGB mode, in CMYK mode things might get weird). Photoshop simply does a linear interpolation for each channel. If we define our colors like that (and assume a 2d gradient starting at 0 to make things easier): Starting color: ...


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How to unlock gradient tool in adobe illustrator? here it is : Press X in your keyboard if your gradient tool is showing blocked sign.


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You can do the following. Create a new transparent layer and choose the "Blend Tool" and in the tool options, set the gradient to "FG to transparent". Select the color you want to use for the vertical line and draw a gradient from one side of the canvas to the other. Go to "Filters->Distorts->Polar Coordinates" and the default settings should be ...


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Here's a copy of an old post in Adobe forum, I think it works: Assuming you mean you want to pick up colors between color stops of a Grad, so as to apply them to another object: DoubleClick the Eyedropper tool. Make sure its Appearance checkbox is on. Rectangle Tool: Draw a rectangle. Leave it selected. Assume this is the object to which you want to apply ...


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If I understand correctly, all you have to do is to type in, the actual degree, "I. E., 80" in the box to the right of the angle box. Does this make sense?


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Use a Layer Style where you have complete control over the angle.... Or maybe a Layer Style combined with a mask?? I'm not totally clear on what it is you are asking. This maybe?? Draw the shape first, then apply the Gradient Overlay Layer Style and while the Layer Style Dialog window is open you can click-drag in the image to reposition the gradient. ...


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That depends a lot on the recipe you used for black and your other settings in your profile. When you say black, that could mean many different black (#000000 or K100 or C75-M65-Y25-K80) I'm more of a print person so I don't really do any color management in RGB and I find it easier to evaluate the results of how the colors will look like in CMYK. But if ...


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Unfortunately GIMP does not support adding a layer mask to a layer group. Layer Masks can only apply to a single layer. The closest work around is to create the layer mask you want on a single layer, then copy it to the other layers. Add the layer mask to the layer (Right click -> Add Layer Mask) Configure the layer mask as desired, such as adding a ...


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I don't specifically know GIMP, but i'm pretty sure the method would be the same, so in Photoshop, I would either Group the layers under a folder, then apply a mask to the folder (this is the better method as it keeps everything editable and separate) or Create an empty mask on each of the layers, then create the actual mask in one of them, then copy that ...



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