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More than one Gradient in a Mask? Here is how - Affinity Photo Secrets

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Learn how to create as many Gradients for your Mask as you want. Super quick and easy. You can add and subtract from your mask. And the best thing: You can always change it later on.

In this Tutorial is will show you a sweet little Workaround on how to create Mask-Gradients, using rectangles and Layer Blend modes to add or subtract from the Mask area. 

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Hello, that's an interisting way to get multiple gradients effecting on one layer, but really complicated. It would be really nice if you could have really several gradients in ONE mask.

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Very nice tutor Olivio.  As always some ingenious techniques to solve multi-gradient masking.  


Hardware: iMac Retina 5K 27-inch. Software: Affinity Designer, Affinity Photo and Affinity Publisher.  

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