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Creating Spiraling Dots in Illustrator

When asked by one of my Kean University students how to create a spiral of dots that get smaller from the outside of the spiral inward, my first thought was to start by drawing a spiral and adding a Dotted Stroke. Makes sense, but is it the best way to accomplish this task?

In this tutorial, Adobe Certified Instructor Jeff Witchel will demonstrate a couple of little-know ways to create dots in a spiral that get small and smaller as the spiral winds inward. The steps include quite a few tips, tricks, and secrets.

For more of Jeff’s Adobe tutorials visit JeffWitchel.net.

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2017-04-01T12:04:39+00:00April 1st, 2017|Categories: News, Tutorials|Tags: , |
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