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I would use a mask, controling gradients with that many colors or with such a complex shape would be almost imposible to fill.


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I've used an app called Dmesh http://dmesh.thedofl.com/ for creating very custom triangulation gradients and images. Its a free app for windows and mac (and iphone). Launch the app and drag and drop any image onto it and wherever you click it will form a vertices. You can then export the final image as a SVG and open it up in illustrator for further editing. ...


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1. Draw a gradient. 2. Convert it to a smart object. 3. Apply Filter → Pixelate → Crystallise. 4. Add a Gradient Map adjustment layer on top 5. You can now adjust the Crystallise values, if you’d like. Sure, it’s not using HTML or CSS, but the technique does use a gradient map. Gradient maps are the best. Please note that this ...


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I ran across this resource: http://williamngan.github.io/kubist/ It's a web app that generates cubist-like artwork in SVG format. Reading the creator's "How it works" article is also quite fascinating. While this is not a direct answer to your question, it does provide some ideas on how to accomplish the smooth "mosaic"-like gradient effect you're looking ...


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Take a screen shot - don't photograph (this will avoid screen patterns). Manipulate screenshot in image editing program of your choice (which should support layers, masking, and provide tools for creating blur effects). Create tilted/perspective look by turning your screenshot into its own layer then adjusting the bounding box of that layer to create the ...


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The term you a re looking for is an angle gradient. This plots the gradient along a circular path and fills the area with it. Lots of image desgin software (like Photoshop) will allow you to make one. In your case, I'd create one that has the 'split' on the bottom, as in the image. An alternative in vector software (like Adobe Illustrator) would be to ...


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There's no gradient anywhere in that image. It is merely a line pattern. You can achieve this by drawing 3 lines of varying thickness. Select all 3 and choose Object > Blend > Make You may need to then choose Object > Blend > Blend Options to adjust the blend.


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I think you'd have better luck with the Blend tool. It also appears as if the center image has light lines of a constant width and spacing that match up with the gradient lines.


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Gradient fill layers are probably your best bet, but another simple way to do it is to just paint the black in. Create a new layer on top of your background layer and below your text layer. Select a wide brush (width depends on your canvas size and personal preference) and make sure your hardness is set to 0%. Place your brush outside of your document ...


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For Illustrator Draw a rectangle above your pattern object and fill it with a gradient... You will have to add the color stops the Gradient Panel to create the reflected gradient. Then be certain to click the end stops and set their opacity to 0%: More information on working with gradients in Illustrator can be found by clicking here. For Photoshop ...



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