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This is a common technique in Illustrator called "Step and Repeat". The trick is to transform an object once using the "Transform Each" option, making sure to hit "Copy" instead of just hitting "Ok". Then you use the "Transform Again" option to repeat your procedure over and over for each consecutive object. This technique is broken down into detail with ...


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Actually, this is rather easy in Illustrator. This is one of the possible methods: Select your first petal with the black arrow selection tool (V); Select Effect > Distort & Transform > Transform...; Set the number of copies to your desired amount of petals and check the 'preview' box; Set a value slightly above 100% for both Horizontal and Vertical ...


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Photoshop .pat files are not directly transferable to Illustrator. To move a pattern from Photoshop to Illustrator you would treat it like any artwork you want to convert to vector..... Create a new Photoshop document, apply the pattern to it, save as a .psd. Open the .psd in Illustrator and use image Trace to convert the pattern to vector. And then create ...


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To do this, I would create a circle path that will be the outer edge of your tyre. Then create a triangular wedge shape and align this so that it crosses over the top of your circle path, like so: Then, rotate and copy this wedge around the circle. Press R for the Rotate tool, and holding Alt, click the centre of the circle (it helps if you have Smart ...


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I know the new update for the plug-in from Astute graphics named "ColliderScribe" added a "random space fill" feature based on your selection. There may be a way to utilize that plug-in for what you're looking for. They also have a 14-day free trial (no restrictions) if you needed it for a quick project. Other than that you may be able to use this Script ...


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How many do you have to repeat randomly? I would mess with the align tool. Just throw bunch of symbols on the page randomly and then work at the grid. You can align rows randomly very quick this way. You could also start with the symbol sprayer tool and then align those into rows.


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I have thought of some different ways you could display text. Hover State The first one since this is an online application would be to use a hover state for the different orbs. This wouldn't really work if the orbs didn't have any meaning. You would most likely need to add some sort of icon. Then have description text when hovering or clicking on the orb. ...



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