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How to split an image in 3

Engaged ,
Aug 06, 2020

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How can you split an image and keep the radient intact on each piece? 

 

I would like to follow certain pattern as well. 

 

Is there a way to do this? 

 

 

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Correct answer by Monika Gause | Adobe Community Professional

You could first split the object. Then apply the gradient across all 3 parts by dragging with the gradient over all selected paths. This unifies the gradient.

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How to split an image in 3

Engaged ,
Aug 06, 2020

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From the image below.

 

How can you split an image and keep the radient intact on each piece? 

 

I would like to follow certain pattern as well. 

 

Is there a way to do this? 

 

 

123.JPG

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Correct answer by Monika Gause | Adobe Community Professional

You could first split the object. Then apply the gradient across all 3 parts by dragging with the gradient over all selected paths. This unifies the gradient.

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You could first split the object. Then apply the gradient across all 3 parts by dragging with the gradient over all selected paths. This unifies the gradient.

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Elin,

 

After splitting the object, you can (also) select all and Ctrl/Cmd+8 to form a Compound Path and just (re)apply the gradient in the usual way.

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