How to replicate a clipping mask on gaussian blur?

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Dec 09, 2020

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Hello,

I'm trying to replicate a Japanese logo (first picture) into English, but this (second picture) is the closest I could get. I could get the clipping mask to work on the type itself because it was an object, but not on the gaussian blur stroke. Note: the background is red, not the dots, the dots are transparent. I tried clipping masks, opacity masks, rasterizing the blur and doing masks, and nothing works.

Is this even possible??

Thanks
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Ton Frederiks Adobe Community Professional , Dec 09, 2020
You could group the ink splats, select them together with the type and click Make Mask.

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You could group the ink splats, select them together with the type and click Make Mask.

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Hello! Sorry for the late reply but it worked, thank you so much!!

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Good to hear that worked for you.

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