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Vector - tuts + In this tutorial, I’ll explain how to make custom spirals (apart from the default spiral tool), and use them creatively in making rolls of paper. So far, I came to know that the spiral tool does not allow a uniform decay (equal spacing) between each wind of a spiral. In this tutorial, I will expose some basic tricks to do so. Hope you find it interesting. Below is the final image we will be working towards. Want access to the full Vector Source files and downloadable copies of every tutorial, including this one?
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Anyone has copied the examples in the website? How good was your copy? I tried some, but the result were not really good because i lack of experience :p by onix_medellin May 16