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I have a four rings intertwined with each other on one design. I need for each ring to have its own gradient color to give each ring an apperance of being 3D. I have attached the design that ws created in Illustrator.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 08, 2021 Jan 08, 2021
Hi for this go to Pathfinder then use divide after it ungroup 2 times then you are able to apply gradients easily....regards

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Hi for this go to Pathfinder then use divide after it ungroup 2 times then you are able to apply gradients easily....regards

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They are already cut or masked?

In that case in order to apply gradients more easily youcould select the shapes that have the same color and make a compound path out of them.

If you want them to have a ring-like effect, apply a radial gradient.

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