With such variation available in the Fill Gradient feature, this is now a great way to spice up things.
Not only are we able to choose between making a Linear or Radial Gradient, you are now able to also save your settings and setup as a preset for later use.
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are you guys in today's video? I'll cut. We'll be covering the gradients under the full and stroke panel, but let's have a quick intro first so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. Today we do have a variety of different software to recover, and also we upload videos daily. So therefore, any new content that was weird back in the programme here. Now I just reminded this is a miniseries on the fill and stroke panel which can be located here on the right with a little colour mixer, or put relevant links in the description so you can follow along now. In the previous videos, we've already covered the full the full pattern, and now we're looking at the gradient. So in order for us to work for select shape that you want to go in to be applied to, then under the fill and stroke panel, you'll see we've got this little line that separates the stroke from the film. So under full, we have a few options, which is non colour patterning, gradients, gradients and we'll see this little icon you on the right changes. If we click on that, it will pop up our gradient options. Now, by default, we've got the linear gradient. So, uh, if we select this, you'll see we've got the radio and linear so well, first cover the linear. And on top of that, we've got two panels have presets settings. So basically, you can set up this gradient and then save a preset and then loaded at any time later if you want, but we'll cover that as well. So now, first of all, like I said, we've got two types, so that will be the linear and radio. And under that, we've got the actual gradient bar. So what happens is these points represents colours and where they're located on the gradient. So at the moment, we've got it from going from black to white. Let's maybe change this to read. So you click on that little, uh, triangle. Sorry. My bad back top programme, then, uh, yeah, You click on that little button over the triangle, then we've got its position and its colour. So if we click your on colour, it's when you make it something like red. Then we can see here it is actually changed to rate. Unfortunately, it does not order update here in our Matt Live preview, so you'll have to base it off this lock icon on the right. Then let's say you want to change the colour of the right one. Let's go for something like blue just so that we can see the contrast. Once again, you'll click on that triangle. Click on the colour Now you can't set the position here, but easier way. It's just click on the triangle and then hold your left mouse spots and in while it's on it, and then you can move it around. So now you can see we can get like a little right on the left or blue to the site. Or what you can do is you leave it close to the centre. You grab the other one very closer, and then you can bring it more of a harsh transition. As you can see there we go past the line and will reverse the gradient. Another way we can do it is let's say you've got a colour setup, but you wanna look the direction you've got this little button here at the bottom called reverse. So if we click that you'll see and that updated there. Now then, let's say, uh, what you can also do. So you want another colour? You can just go. You're on this white bar under it anyway. Or at least where you want your colour and you double click. Add us a new little triangle. Now, once again, you can change this one's colour. Sorry, my computer is a bit slow at the moment to make an orange. Okay, now you can see it's got gradient from orange to red, and it strikes into a hard blue. Then if you do like the preset and you feel like you're gonna use in the future things you can always say that preset and then you just name it what you want, I'll just call mine Red to Blue, Say okay. And now if you go under the presets, you can actually see You can select it there so you don't have to set it up for a second time. You just got your presets. If you're gonna use it on a lot of shade to say okay, there, you can see we've got our little great and I could have maybe made it. But my sense that that you can easily just go back and change it. And then you have a preset sick, otherwise same way. Click on this one. Go to the full stroke panel. We said this to radiant. I'm gonna run through this. Then we go from the type, and then we set this to radio. Now, what will happen is, as you can see from the centre to the outside, it's gonna change the colour. So let's change this colour. Maybe to, uh, blue once I get a purpose to be different, Yeah, And then if you keep it white, it's kind of gonna look like it's fading into the background. So I think Let's keep it like that for now, the same way you can add a preset, you can reverse it and add custom rings in here so you can add another colour if you want blue, and then maybe add people back here again. The name will be visible on this finals line. Yeah, kind of. And you can just adjust here until you get your ring the size you like it and so forth at a preset, and you say okay. And then, as you can see, we've got a year now on our final design, and then, yeah, that is it on gradients. So it's quite a fun tool to play with. And, uh, you'll use it quite a lot when you want to make more complex designs. But otherwise, if we had to, uh, Programme is freely available here to say to the downloads page. Otherwise, on the softwaretraining.co.za what's the other day you mentioned? As you can see here, we've got a variety of different Softwares to discover, and also you can isolate your search here. 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