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I want to apply a gradient effect and have it look like in this image.

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  • no image attached. – Igor-G Apr 29 '14 at 10:45
  • you might want to Google around for the 'Gradient Mesh' tool. – Vincent Apr 29 '14 at 11:02
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    I believe Scott's answer here contains the answer to your question, and gummy worms! Illustrator different color stroke – Ryan Apr 29 '14 at 11:57
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The easiest way to do this if you have Illustrator CS6 or newer is to just apply a gradient to a thick stroke:

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You can then use Object > Expand Appearance to convert the stroke to a gradient mesh shape for further manipulation.

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There are two ways I found in Adobe Illustrator these both are in envelope distort command under Object Menu::

  1. Envelope with Warp
  2. Envelope with Mesh

Take a rectangle or any shape put gradient inside it and run these two commands to modify your shapes and the gradient will run in the same direction.

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