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How to quickly create an ‘offset fill’ effect

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I was playing around with some stuff and found a fairly simple way to create an ‘offset fill’ effect.
See attached screenshot and use the settings as shown – make note of the Opacity of the White Fill in the Colour Panel.

It’s probably not best for perfect results, and the output will be rasterised, but it may be useful for some basic icons.

Note: It only seems to work nicely with shapes that are a single curve, but someone might be able ‘fix’ that.
Note: You may need to tweak some settings when using different colours.


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