Gradiente de cores
Color Ramps specify a color gradient based on color stops. Each stop has a position and a color. The gradient is then calculated as the interpolation between these stops using the chosen interpolation method.
Adds a new stop between the selected stop and the one before it.
Deletes the selected color stop.
Contains more operators for the color ramp.
- Flip Color Ramp
Flips the gradient, mirroring the positions of the stops.
- Distribute Stops from Left
Distribute the stops so that every step has the same space to the right. This is mostly useful when used with Constant interpolation mode.
- Distribute Stops Evenly
Distribute the stops so that all neighbors have the same space between them.
- Eyedropper (pipette icon) E
An Eyedropper to sample a color or gradient from the interface to be used in the color ramp.
- Reset Color Ramp
Resets the color ramp to its default state.
- Color Mode
Selection of the Color Model used for interpolation.
Mescla as cores através da mistura progressiva de cada um dos canais de cores e suas combinações.
Blends colors by first converting to HSV or HSL, mixing, then combining again. This has the advantage of maintaining saturation between different hues, where RGB would de-saturate. This allows for a richer gradient.
- Color Interpolation
The interpolation method to use across the ramp.
Uses a B-spline interpolation for the color stops.
Uses a cardinal interpolation for the color stops.
Uses a linear interpolation for the color stops.
Uses an ease interpolation for the color stops.
Uses a constant interpolation for the color stops.
Clockwise interpolation around the HSV/HSL wheel.
Counterclockwise around the HSV/HSL wheel.
Nearest route around the wheel.
Furthest route around the wheel.
- Referência de cor ativa
Index of the active color stop (shown as a dashed line). Offers an alternative way of selecting a stop in case it’s so close to others that it’s hard to select it directly.
This slider controls the position of the selected color stop in the range.
A color field where you can specify the color and alpha of the selected stop.
LMB (drag) moves color stops.
Ctrl-LMB (click) adds a new color stop.