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Started by Mick., August 30, 2021, 06:59:46 PM

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Mick.

August 30, 2021, 06:59:46 PM Last Edit: August 30, 2021, 08:09:50 PM by Mick.
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Antechinus


Mick.


Antechinus

I like complicated sometimes. :D
(Apocalypse 2.1 is a possibility)

Antechinus

Hey I just thought of something. You have used a gradient for your cat bars. I thought you were strictly a flat guy, but you are getting radical. Before you know it you will be using images. :D

Mick.

Quote from: Antechinus on September 11, 2021, 07:19:34 PMHey I just thought of something. You have used a gradient for your cat bars. I thought you were strictly a flat guy, but you are getting radical. Before you know it you will be using images. :D
Radical! Hahaha I love it. I didn't use much of gradient but yes, I'm exploring more but I'm not keen to images. Simple design is my thing.

Antechinus

Well I had a thought about gradients. Really, they are increments of colours, per pixel. So each line of pixels at a given distance from the origin is a flat line of the same colour. So, if you think about it that way, all linear gradients are still flat design. :D

Mick.

Quote from: Antechinus on September 11, 2021, 10:35:28 PMWell I had a thought about gradients. Really, they are increments of colours, per pixel. So each line of pixels at a given distance from the origin is a flat line of the same colour. So, if you think about it that way, all linear gradients are still flat design. :D
Im diggin' gradients of course. Imma use them more....and some SVG's  8)

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