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Diagonal Image Fading

Mar 2, 2012, 00:53
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Diagonal Image Fading
Hi All,

I am new to gimp and am trying to work out how to fade out an image diagonally.

I have managed to fade and image from left to right using a masked layer and the gradeint tool but am struggling to fade diagonally.

any thoughts

Cheers,
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Mar 2, 2012, 18:27
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RE: Diagonal Image Fading
(Mar 2, 2012 01:34)ofnuts Wrote:  This works exactly the same way except that you use a diagonal gradient...

Hi Ofnuts. I did suspect this but on the graident list I do not see any that are diagonal. Do I have to import one somehow or is there one on the list.

Thanks for the help
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Mar 2, 2012, 20:15
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RE: Diagonal Image Fading
(Mar 2, 2012 18:53)ofnuts Wrote:  A diagonal gradient is a plain linear gradient where the start/stop point are in a diagonal, ie, where you don't drag vertically or horizontally.



(arrow indicates the drag movement)

How did I miss something so simple!

Thanks alot for you prompt replies Ofnuts
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