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In my opinion the easiest and quickest way would be mesh tool and just some desaturated/pastel colours. First create a mesh'ed object. I already have opened desaturated swatch library (open swatch library > color properties > desaturated). You can also create your own or import one that suits you best. Then, with direct selection tool select some ...
Recreating this in Illustrator is also possible without the use of the plugin Franz provides. While this plugin makes the whole process of a watercolour look a whole lot easier, you can still work without it. What you still have to do in Illustrator is to define the bigger outlines of the 'waves' you see in the picture. Adding multiple of this areas, filled ...
If you really look for watercolor effects and even to add some textures, you should have a look at the Texturino plugin, which lets you paint various effects on your vector shapes: http://astutegraphics.com/software/texturino/
That certainly seems like a reasonable way to achieve that effect. I would, as you said, create the shapes and colors in Illustrator. You can achieve a similar effect using Illustrator's blend function. A good example can be seen here: How to use blend tool in Illustrator to blend continuosly? I would probably go as far as creating the drips and blobs ...
I think I figured it out. The trick was to create a simple mask and using different brush types (different shapes, like grass brush or something) to create this fade out effect using different opacity stages and brush sizes. Now I'm pretty satisfied with the answer. Here is how it looks.
I don't have the slightest idea of how you acheived that result - I just did the same thing, both in GIMP 2.8 and on a recent build of the development branch - and in both versions I got essentially the same image after mapping a white-to-black gradient to a white-to-black gradient as you did. Colors-Map->Gradient Map is the filter to use. I tried to ...
Ctrl+Alt+2 (CS4+) - selects the white, then Delete to remove it.
I think the style is called Geometric Design or minimal design(even though not all of them use thin typeface) search for geometric POSTER design, geometric WEBSITE design and geometric BROCHURE design on image search sites (pinterest & google images are my Go To sites for this) and you should get plenty of examples https://www.pinterest.com/explore/...
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