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How to achieve texture gradient?
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How do I get a similar stippling effect that is on the lighter parts of the blue & white gradient of these trees? I have a different tree that’s colored solid white aside from its brown trunk so it didn’t stand out of the background I wanted to put it on. So this is the sort of effect I want. I fuzzy selected the top of my white tree, picked 2 color swatches, then stretched the gradient tool in a vertical line. So the coloring’s good to go but I just I don’t know how to get a texture effect that’s concentrated at the top and evenly transitions down like this.. How would you go about it?
Attached file + here is link to the same picture. You have to zoom in to really see it because it's subtle.
https://imgur.com/a/1IkMs3X


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Quote:You have to zoom in to really see it because it's subtle.

It is subtle because it is so small. Very probably originally a vector image rendered at a that small size or a larger image scaled down and degraded.

However, AFAIK not possible in one go using Gimp.

Easy enough to get a gradient fill.

   

Put the texture in with a brush, You can make your own, start with a greyscale image, white is transparent, black solid foreground colour, grey's FG with transparency.  Better to make larger and size down in tool options than small. 
Example:

   


Export as something.gbr put in your brushes folder C:\Users\"yourname"\AppData\Roaming\GIMP\2.10\brushes Use it as a stamp and dab onto the image.

   

Attached the gbr file for you to play with.


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