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How do you shade a texture?

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May 09, 2020

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I'm trying to shade a pattern. I want it to fade from a lighter to darker in the pattern. In the example below I have a gradient layer (set to overlay) above the pattern layer, but when I stretch the pattern layer wider you can see the gradient. I want the gradient to clip at the pattern layer.image.png

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Correct answer by Ton Frederiks | Adobe Community Professional

Add another (gradient) fill in the Appearance panel above the pattern fill and set it to multiply (or whatever mode you like).

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How do you shade a texture?

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I'm trying to shade a pattern. I want it to fade from a lighter to darker in the pattern. In the example below I have a gradient layer (set to overlay) above the pattern layer, but when I stretch the pattern layer wider you can see the gradient. I want the gradient to clip at the pattern layer.image.png

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Correct answer by Ton Frederiks | Adobe Community Professional

Add another (gradient) fill in the Appearance panel above the pattern fill and set it to multiply (or whatever mode you like).

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Add another (gradient) fill in the Appearance panel above the pattern fill and set it to multiply (or whatever mode you like).

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