Gradient Management

You can have a list of gradient entries to define color groups for use with certain paint modes or object filling. A gradient is a set of colors that are either contiguously color slots in the palette or freely selected palette entries.
A gradient definition can also suit well to have a preselected sub sets of colors that are used repeatedly.

You can add, edit, duplicate or remove a gradient.

It is possible to cycle a gradient. That means that the colors are shifted within the defined gradient range. For this purpose you have the Color Cycling Speed slider. Here you can give each gradient a unique speed value. This value is defined in steps per second and can go from 0 to 100. If you hold the little play button right besides the speed slider the cycling is activated. Now all gradients that have a speed different to zero and that are activated (little color cycle icon) are cycled.

See gradient edit dialog to learn more about setting up a gradient.

Related topics

Gradient Editor
Halftone Painting Primer
Menu Colors
Project Preset Edit

Last modified: 29 January 2023