Playing in Illustrator :)
2 months ago
The simplicity really works well here. Also- the color is great!
The edges seem extremely sharp, but it's very nice!
@Kevin Hamil oh yep they are but can't fix it :/ maybe you know solution?
Unfortunately, I don't. I don't use Illustrator all that much.. usually in Photoshop.
by Nick Kumbari
Shiny Jellyfish :)
2 months ago
I'm interested in how you created the radial gradient this way. i know some tutorials how to do this, but not repeating in a spiral. did you split the spiral into several parts? a screenshot would be very interesting :)
concerning sharp edges there's a work-around: copy into photoshop and export it there to a JPG. Illustrator still has its borders...
@Florian Grunt Hm strange, i copied in t o photoshop but still sharp edges, i will add screenshot later;)
damn, I thought this could work, but maybe this isn't a solution either :/
@Florian Grunt Screen added in attachment.
oh ok, so you used a blend to create this ... check!
@Florian Grunt yep there is many interesting things you can do with... :)
indeed! I used it a lot in Freehand MX, but when I learned Illustrator I somehow forgot that option and rarely used it - mostly switched to gradient meshes, but there are a lot more fields of use for blends. I should definitely keep it in my head! thanks for your answers!
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