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  1. #11

    Default Re: Multiple transparency gradiants on a graphic.

    I want to thank everyone for contributing to my post. I am going to try all of the suggestions as I see variations in each. I've attached the graphic using a transparancy gradient from top to bottom of the graphic, then adding a handle in the middle of the word home and one above and below it. The handle in the center I set to zero transparency, the ones above and below the word to a transparency of 1 tick, and the two outside nodes to 100% transparency. Then I grouped the graphic. After that I applied a transparency gradient horizontally, again adding the nodes and setting the transparency. It was so quick I even took the time to use the magnetic lasso to cut out the the butterfly and flowers from the original and put them back in color. Thanks! Click image for larger version. 

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  2. #12
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    Default Re: Multiple transparency gradiants on a graphic.

    I really like what you ended up with. Nice to learn new things and see it put to good use.

    Ray

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    Default Re: Multiple transparency gradiants on a graphic.

    Very nice yellobird, I like it.
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

    Never give up. You will never fail, but you may find a lot of ways that don't work.

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Multiple transparency gradiants on a graphic.

    I am thinking Opacity masks.....

 

 

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