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Hmm glowing effect are pretty tricky, you can add a line with your bright color on it, blur it, and change the blending mode. The blending mode could help you a lot with the color problem. By the way, i see a little bit glow from the effect, for that you can double the "glow effect" layer, duplicate it to make a copy of it, and then blur it a bit to create ...


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Ok this is cool. Group your layers into a single group then right click the group in the layers palette and choose 'export as'. You get to choose scale, format and quality. The resulting image will be named the same as the name of your group. Now the really cool bit. If you have lots of layers in lots of groups - shift (or control) select the groups you ...


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Your method didn't work for me, but quite to my surprise, I found another one on my own which worked fine: go to Layers Window (CTRL + L), uncheck all layers which wouldn't show missing background (i.e. gray-checkered surface), open all of them in turn then every time go to Layer menu (my Layers Window was not cooperative for that), open ...


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Hum. I am afraid that is an incorrect aproach, regardless if the tutorial says it is a perfect spiral. The error is that that figure has a "Jump" in the diameter every half circle. A "perfect" spiral has a smooth continous progressive increment in diameter. Your specific model is an Archimedean spiral. That can be minimimized using smaller fractions, ...


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Given what you've tried it sounds like its a very small spiral. Scale it up, position them, then scale it back down.


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When you use the transform effect to create a number of copies, the transformations are cumulative, so the transforms are applied to the result of the previous copy, not the original object. They have to be, otherwise they would just stack and you'd only see one copy no matter how many copies you set. For example, you set a horizontal move of 100pt with a ...


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I assumed that would be a continuous path moving from one point to the next (as you mentioned stitching) but it looks like they are actually just a bunch of squares and triangles, rotated around a common center. In which case... Draw a sqaure: Use a transform effect (Effect → Distort & Transform → Transform... ) with a rotation and a number of ...



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