This article will go through our gradient feature and how you best can utilise it.
So where do you find our gradient feature:
- Mark your layer
- NB: A little note is that gradient is not able to apply to box shadows or element borders
- Go under "Edit"
- Click on the little coloured square under "Transform"
- Choose "Linear" or "Radical" from the drop-down menu
- To add a colour you simply click the space underneath your colour spectrum
- Click on the new colour square and choose the specific colour for your gradient as you normally would
- You can add up to 20 colours on the individual element
- Move the colours around by dragging the squares
- The closer together the sharper the line between them will appear and the further away from each hour they are placed the more blended the colours will be.
- Delete a colour square by simply double tapping it
Linear vs. Radical
- Linear gradient pattern where you can decide the angle of the gradient by using the little circle icon under the color picker.
- Radical will have the colours will start in the center and go out in a circular gradient pattern.
Opacity with Gradient
- To control the opacity of your whole layer, you will need to use the Opacity settings under "Transform"
- To change the opacity of only a certain colour in your gradient
Happy colouring 😄