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How to achieve textured color gradients?

I don't think this is a gradient, at least not one that was created using the gradient tool. It's too irregular. I would begin with something like this. These were just painted with a soft edged brush....
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How to achieve textured color gradients?

IMHO a combination of a banded gradient with soft edges/transitions: This gives this: With a little bit of Spread noise added: The image you show is probably such a gradient applied to a grayscale ...
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No idea how to reproduce this gradient, any advice?

In Illustrator- blue background rectangle under individual vertical rectangles with gradient fills in the long direction of each rectangle. Adjust and reposition gradient/ fill colors/ opacity for ...
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Gimp: Extend Background with Colour Gradient

I'd suggest you recreate the gradient. It's probably easier than trying to extend or squish/stretch the existing image, and the results will be better anyway. Click on the foreground colour square, ...
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How to make a gradient based on perceptual interpolation in Illustrator?

This answer has several references so sit down and have a coffee... I do not know what is the interpolation method, but most likely is simply linear. Making a curved one would be too complex (...
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How to make a gradient based on perceptual interpolation in Illustrator?

Disclaimer: The writing below is based on my guesses with no actual knowledge of the math behind Photoshop CC's gradient mixing formulas. There's actually a comment which suggests a receipe: Insert in ...
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multiple gradients in GIMP

This is a bit of a guess, because I can't see your tool options settings, and I can't see what you are actually doing. Check you have selected the "FG to Tansparent" gradient in the tool ...
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Gimp: Extend border of image, fading into a color

The question is related to GIMP, but there is a perhaps more affordable solution with ImageMagick. Assuming that your starting image is 300x300px and you want a final image of 500x500px (like in your ...
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Gimp: Extend border of image, fading into a color

Yes, but it's quite complicate and fiddly... You can extend indefinitely the image with a "displace map". A displace map tells a pixel where its new value comes from. The map (from 0% to 100%...
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How to do a "Turing Pattern" dither/halftone effect?

Proper guidance is given in the 1st comment, but it maybe doesn't get much attention. This is an attempt to fix it. Scientist and WW2 hero Alan Turing (Manchester, UK) wondered how fungus, bacteria, ...
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