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Subject: RE: FLASH: Gradient sample
From: Judy Miller
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 1998 01:35:57 GMT

I haven't had much time to play with it either, but I believe that by
layering gradients, that fade to transparent, and making the fill areas
large enough so that there is at least some ground covered by pure
transparent, layers of colour could seamlessly blend into each other,
creating very much the same effect as the gradient mesh tool in Illustrator
8. However it would be much more time comsuming, but it can be done with
some really soft and realistic effects.
Fall River Decorative Arts
judyatfallriver [dot] ns [dot] ca (mailto:judyatfallriver [dot] ns [dot] ca)

> As soon as I come up with better techniques for layering gradients I'll
> come up with a Tutorial. Right now it is still kind of hit and miss.
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