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Thanks! I really like how easy it is to control the lines/paths, which I always have a problem with Illustrator.  But right now, I'm still struggling in doing gradient w/ AD and I'm sure they have it since the examples that AD has been using are all using it.  Just need to look at it more and see how it's done.

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Very classy! Nice work :)  Gradients are easily added/adjusted with the Gradient Tool - just press the letter G on your keyboard to automatically go to the Gradient Tool :)

 

I've seen some unusual questions about using it after this point from those who have not used a dynamic tool like ours before, so might add a little extra...

 

Click and drag on your selected shape to set the gradient path, move around while dragging, it's live.

Click on a colour node on the gradient path to select it, then apply a custom colour from the Colour/Swatches panel.

Click on the path to add new nodes.

Alter the rate of change of colour using the short marker between colour nodes.

On the Colour panel, add noise to any point on the gradient using the little switch at the left of the Opacity slider.

Enjoy!

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Nice scooter. Reminds me of the one I have (it's an Apprilla Atlantic 200).

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Nice (as in precise) work here, something I aspire too but I don't have the patience at the moment, so I appreciate your work all the more. You eliminate the detail and keep the identity. It will be nice to see what you do next :)

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Very nice work. I understand the decisions of what to keep and what to eliminate! Lovely.

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