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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing When 8850 Form Circular

Instructions and Help about When 8850 Form Circular

Hello everyone, Chris here from Spoon Graphics. Back with another video tutorial today, we're going to take a look at some nifty tricks in [software name] that can be used to create some extremely detailed patterns. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create this complex circular pattern that consists of thousands of intricate paths that loop and overlap each other to form a variety of bands that form the overall circle. It might look super complicated, but it's actually all done with the Blend Tool, so let's get started. I'll show you how you can create one yourself. Begin by creating a new document in [software name]. Now, before we start, you might want to check your preferences and turn off "Scale Strokes and Effects". This will allow you to resize your objects while keeping the same stroke weight. Select the Ellipse Tool and draw a small circle on the artboard. Play around with the fill by clicking the "None" icon at the bottom of the toolbar. With the Selection Tool active, hold the Alt + Shift keys, then drag out a duplicate of the shape to the right. Draw a selection around both shapes, then go to Object > Blend > Make. Grab the Ellipse Tool again and draw a circle at roughly the size of your desired pattern. Draw a selection around both the blend and this circle, then go to Object > Blend > Replace Spine. You'll notice that the smaller circles don't quite follow the entire circumference of the larger circle. Instead, they start and end three-quarters of the way around. To fix this, grab the Scissors Tool and give the top point of the circle a snip. Head back to the Object > Blend > Blend Options menu, then check the Preview button. Change the...