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Googling helps :) But I thought I'd answer the question myself so others can find the answer. You have to manually select the anchor points pertaining to the part of the shape you wish to resize. So, select the "direct selection" tool, click on the relevant anchor points (the small white squares on the corners of the shape, which should turn black once ...


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I think the best way is to use Pattern Along Path under menu Path -> Path Effect Editor. In this way it's easier to edit. :) Here's the steps: Create a rectangle that looks like the one you want to deform Convert it to Path (menu Path => Object to Path) Copy it into the clipboard Create a bezier curve of the deformation Select the bezier curve and go to ...


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To deform a rectangle we need to convert it to a path first. Draw and select rectangle. Choose Path > Object to Path. Choose the Edit Path by Nodes tool (or F2) Select the corner nodes of the rectangle's top line Make the selected line a curve by pressing Push/Pull the curve handle until happy Repeat step 4. to 6. for the bottom line. Add stroke ...


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I would simply group the shapes and apply a radial gradient fill to the group. Note.. for a logo.. and for print (CMYK) the "overlay" blending mode is not going to give you the results you think. For CMYK really the only blend modes to use safely are Multiply, Color Burn, and sometimes Screen. All other blend modes will give you generally unexpected ...


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I know this is a very old question but it may help someone in the future. My answer is only answering the "hard edge" problem from the gradient layers on top of the logo. A better way to do this that won't create the hard edges is to firstly remove the gradient layers completely (or hide them if you want to use them in the future). Then, separate the logo ...



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