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Ok, there's no mechanism in SVG to have a gradient spread outwards from the center of a stroke to the sides, which is a shame. There are a few options for emulating it in Inkscape, one is to build two thin filled shapes that are a distance apart from each other then use interpolate to add a number of shapes inbetween them with stepped colours from one to the ...
What you can do is pre-compose the layer (in your example, the blue ball), then apply a rectangular mask to it, cutting the bottom part off. Next you need to go into the mask's properties and increase Mask Feather. Here's what it looks like when I tried it: This solution lets you animate the mask, too, so the fade-out effect can smoothly change (if you ...
the lines are in individual layer, the colors are on a separated layer underneath. please follow the steps choose the black and white layer from the layer panel from the layer panel at the top select the color mode which is a usually a dropdown list labeled Normal as a default layer color mode. from this menu list choose "Multiply" check the result on ...
you need to make a new layer then fill it with any color of your choice. once you created the fill color, reduce the opacity and fill to make it transparent.
In order to get a single gradient to cover multiple objects, you need to use the Gradient Tool. Select your objects, then with the Gradient Tool, click and drag from where you want the gradient to start, and let go where you want the gradient to end. This will cause the gradient to cover all selected objects. You can then modify gradient settings using ...
Since your source image seems to be composed of only two colors, one lighter than the other, you can use a Gradient Map. This will allow you to assign new swatches to the source image. If you want the original color in the middle, add it to the replacement gradient.
Use the Hue/Saturation tool by selecting image>adjustments>Hue/Saturation and in the opened dialogue box move the hue slider in a new position to replace the color. what hue slider do is to rotate the color all around the color wheel, and you will notice that some color in the gradient background will change accordingly.
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