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Onishchenko Volodymyr
Posted Jun 27 - Read on Facebook

Hi folks! Check my debut work with Framer!
Press "L" to appreciate it!

4 Comments

Lukas Guschlbauer

Nice! Can you share the link to the prototype?

Matthew Mang

Could you expand on how you got the gooey merging effect?

Onishchenko Volodymyr

Matthew Mang Hi! I used SVG filter (works well only Chrome) for this case, for example you can check this - https://codepen.io/jughosta/pen/pJrJKO?editors=1100 or use a module - https://github.com/PavelLaptev/gooey-for-framer, also you can use CSS filters (works well in Chrome & Safari, but changed color for child layers and I don`t know how to fix it) - https://github.com/rohn/gooey-effect

Enjoy & use google search)))

Matthew Mang

That's unfortunate that it's only a Chrome effect at the moment. I was aware of the CSS filters version, but the nature of that method only allows for certain colors and doesn't gracefully blend the merging colors into a gradient. I was hoping a version that allows any color to be used was available for Framer natively :)

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