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    Guild Journeyer Thurlor's Avatar
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    Question How can I do a limited/masked gradient fill in GIMP?

    Lately I've been messing around with GIMP, trying out new techniques as I come across them. Anyways, I'm probably just overlooking this feature, but is there a way in which I can do a 'shape based' gradient fill that plateus at a certain value and shape. Another way of wording it would be; can GIMP blend between 2 different coloured shapes (one atop the other) resulting in a gradient between the two?

    Here is an example of what I mean. Just a very simple image with one shape on top of another.

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    I've had a look at the 'interpolate' function of Inksacpe, but it requires each shape to have the same number of nodes and results in intermediate steps being smaller than the final image.

    Anyways, thanks in advance.
    Last edited by Thurlor; 05-07-2011 at 11:05 PM.

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