They are all taken from Adobes real sky gradients http://photoshoptutorials.ws/photoshop- ... ients.html
Which we all know its impossible to run them in Gimp so i recreated them in Gimp for someone on Gimp Chat.
Topic - http://www.gimpchat.com/viewtopic.php?f ... nts#p22636
Thought i would just share them here.Some i have to admit did not turn out the way i wanted.The stops aren't exactly right.
I also have a tutorial there for creating SVG gradients for Gimp.It can be found in the topic thread at Gimp Chat.
In that same topic i have an idea to run them through a colored image hexcode table generator.
The program can be found here on my website here - http://simply-signage.com/ImageEditor/AsciGen/index.php
Just select table and browse for an image (try a small one first).
Settings to run the image through the program
Output mode select - table in the drop down menu
Place a tick in color and anti-aliasing
Select a cell width and cell height of 1 and click render.
The top image is all hexcode in a table.
The bottom image is actually the PNG image it copied.
If i can get gradient images to run through the generator without bazillions of color codes i may be able to furnish a good Adobe GRD converter to text.
Then its just a matter of opening any GGR (Gimp gradient text file) in your text editor and changing the hex codes for the colors.
Which is possibly adaptable to SCM scripting or python.