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[Help] Line gradient as offset outside of a shape?


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I have to say first the title is really bad, I had no idea how to name it. So if everyone has a better name for it, please say so.

 

Let's assume I have some weird shape like this:

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Is there an easy way to create a linear gradient, from white to transparent, from an edge, outside?

 

 

That is, I want a smooth transition between the black area and the white area, if that makes more sense?

 

 

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If you're just trying to feather the edges, try one of the plugins in my plugin pack.

 

I even have one that doesn't require transparency to work.  Just use the magic wand to select the white area and use Effects > Selection > Blur selection edge

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@Ego Eram Reputo That will create a gradient from a possible shape center outside. The gradient needs to be from the edges outside

@BoltBait I actually already have that plugin, and it looks like a good option - but it seems to use a constant offset, and effectively only "blur" 1 pixel. It doesn't create the gradient I was looking for (from white to transparent), nor can I specify the "length" on which to make it happen

 

Any other options?

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