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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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This is a common technique in Illustrator called "Step and Repeat". The trick is to transform an object once using the "Transform Each" option, making sure to hit "Copy" instead of just hitting "Ok". Then you use the "Transform Again" option to repeat your procedure over and over for each consecutive object. This technique is broken down into detail with ...


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Actually, this is rather easy in Illustrator. This is one of the possible methods: Select your first petal with the black arrow selection tool (V); Select Effect > Distort & Transform > Transform...; Set the number of copies to your desired amount of petals and check the 'preview' box; Set a value slightly above 100% for both Horizontal and Vertical ...



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