updated on 13 March 2019 | reading time: 3 minutes

Effects

Gravit Designer is packed with a wealthy variety of vector and raster effects that you can use to turn your images into a piece of art or just create what you are up to.

Effects Panel

To apply an effect in Gravit you need to locate the Effects Panel at the bottom of the Inspector Panel.

Effects Panel in Gravit Designer

 

Note: You can apply an effect to an object, a group of objects or a layer.

Most popular effects are imminent for you directly from the Effects Panel. Select an object and click on one of the four popular effects to apply it.

Pupalar effects

This way you can apply any of these effects:

List of the popular effects in Gravit Designer

  1. Gaussian blur (1)
  2. Color Adjust (2)
  3. Drop Shadow (3)
  4. Inner Shadow (4)

Use the last menu item in this list called More to bring up a pop-up menu with more effects.

More effects in Gravit Designer

You can also access the same pop-up menu by clicking on the tiny Plus icon opposite to the effect label on the top-right of the Effects Panel.

Pop up icon plus icon

Effects Popup Menu

Effects menu pop-up in Gravit

The pop-up menu contains over 35 effects(2) arranged into different categories. You can select the category from the drop-down menu(1) on top.

Effects dropdown in Gravit Designer

There are six main categories:

There is also a category for the most used effects(7).

Modifying Effects

Effect Attributes

Once an effect has been applied you can modify some of its attributes from the interface under the Effects Panel.

Effect attributes

Every effect has its own unique set of attributes, thus you will use sliders, text fields, color pickers, and radio buttons to edit the effect.

Effects attributes

 

Tip: When you finish editing an effect you can collapse its interface by clicking on the Effects label or the chevron icon next to it. Thus you can keep your panels slim and neat.
Collapse the effect panel

Deleting Effects

You can get rid of the effect by clicking on the trash icon on the top right of the effect panel.

Delete the effect

Toggle the Visibility of the Effect

The deleting can’t be undone – if you click the trash icon, this is what you have – there is no effect anymore. Unless you create a new effect and start playing with the attributes all over.

So instead of deleting the effect permanently, you can temporarily switch it off by clicking the eyeball icon next to the trash icon.

Turn the visability on and off

When you are ready to bring it back click the eyeball icon again.

Bring the effect back

Scope of the Effect

By default the effect is applied to the whole object. You can choose whether to apply it to the fill, border or the whole element. Cleck the bullet Icon next to the eyeball to bring up the menu with these options.

Scope of the effects