GradientGen is a gradient generator that allows the user to set up a captivating custom gradient palette.
Components: GradientGen, GradientDecod, HEXtoRGB, CZtoRGB
It is a gradient generator that allows the user to setup custom colours (at left/right of the grips), custom grip points position, linear interpolation to make the colours transition smoother, lock option prevents Gradient component from editing, sliding the single RGB value of the custom gradient and finally, by baking action you can add your own gradient directly on the canvas.
It allows the user to deconstruct partially the gradient component (only useful info for this scope) and simplify the number of the grip points. Main output: grips count, source RGB value (from gradient that you want to simplify) and target RGB value (after simplification - you set up the number of grip points). This component easily reduces the number of grips that come from the Matlab gradient library (~33) in whatever number you prefer.
Now you can generate captivating colour gradients by using the HEXtoRGB and CZtoRGB. The first one converts HEX values into RGB values (see https://colordesigner.io/gradient-generator) and the second one a CSS text file (see https://www.colorzilla.com/gradient-editor/) into RGB values taking all the grip points positions. On the page below you can find out how to import the fantastic Ladybug/Honeybee gradients palettes.
Please for more info have a look at the links below:
Luciano Ambrosini | Ambrosinus | About Me
View other sources on GitHub: https://github.com/lucianoambrosini
I look forward to seeing where this project takes you, please share your projects made with GradientGen! ;)