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Conical Gradient Doodling (AD)


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No idea why I'm posting this but I suppose it's a vector person's idea of doodling and seeing what you can do with a single conical gradient, well two because of the centre. It's good practice for creating them though. Perhaps it will become a fad (not likely). I've included the styles as you'll all want to use them in your projects.

 

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Not sure about realistic but I had been creating swatches and stuff including some normal conical gradients that evening and afterwards I wasn't in the mood to do anything proper so was just messing around. There aren't many thing you do in a single object.

 

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On 2/23/2018 at 9:49 AM, VectorVonDoom said:

Not sure about realistic but I had been creating swatches and stuff including some normal conical gradients that evening and afterwards I wasn't in the mood to do anything proper so was just messing around. There aren't many thing you do in a single object.

 

conical2.afstyles

Astronaut2.jpg

Excellent. Just what I was looking for. Thanks for attaching the Styles!

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Didn't see the earlier postings. Scooped 'em right away. Thanks to both!

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