Pixelmator Pro now available(pixelmator.com)

over 2 years ago from Jonny Garrill, Common Works

  • Marc EdwardsMarc Edwards, over 2 years ago

    A blurry shape or a few stacked blurry shapes could do that.

    In Sketch: Gaussian Blur to shapes (it’s at the bottom of the inspector on the right of the screen, when you have a vector layer selected).

    In Photoshop: Mask Feathering can be applied to shape layers in the Properties panel.

    In Illustrator: Gaussian Blur can be applied to any object or group, in the Appearance panel.

    In Pixelmator: Gaussian Blur can definitely be applied to bitmap layers, but I’m not sure about shape layers.

    In Pixelmator Pro: I’m not sure yet. :)

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    • Satbir Arora, over 2 years ago

      Thanks for sharing this Marc. I'm a designer and I know that this is created using some king of blur effect. Do you have any video or article explaining about the same and achieving the exact results as on Pixelmator website.

      Thanks again for sharing this information.

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