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Create a circle. Convert Object to Path. Extensions → Modify Path → Add Nodes… Select by number of segments. In the example I chose five segments; you will likely want to choose a higher number. Create a symmetric trapezium. Select the trapezium and your circle and apply Extensions → Modify Path → Perspective. Remove trapezium. In the Nodes tool, ...


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With Photoshop CS6, CC or CC2014 you can easily accomplish this with just a circle shape and the stroke features. Draw a circle Add anchor points where you want pieces cut out remove sections between anchors duplicate the layer for each different colored section you'll want delete sections from the copies for areas you do not want in that color. Here is ...


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Photoshop makes it a rather difficult but Its still doable. here's how I do it: Make the circle as you would and mark down its centre using guides Cut into the circle with another circle through the centre. Now here if you have a rough Idea, how thick a circular line you want, you can create the first shape lets say 500x500 px and the cut into it with a ...


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"I want to make the gray, green and blue part. It basically is a slightly altered rounded rectangle." That is not the best way to see it. You should look at it instead like you have a circle - maybe all in one color at first, that had a stroke but no fill. Then you use the "Add Anchor Point" tool to mark segments you want to cut out of it, and delete them. ...


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Check if your strokes are aligned to the same place, ie inside, centre or outside - find this in the path and stroke panel.


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First, you might want to deactivate all snapping (also to pixel grids and all, see this question). Then: activate the Smart Guides (View > Smart Guides or Ctrl / Option+U); select the move tool (V); grab the rectangle shape by its lower left anchor (be sure the smart guide tip says 'anchor'); drag it over to the circle's bending point, where one of the ...


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There are 2 main parts to this: Alignment and Size - other things like whitespace and shape are harder to objectively analyse but still important. As with most art and designs, balance is not exact, but a close approximation. Alignment Instead of aligning the bases or the centres of the "bounding box", objects are aligned by their centroid, show below. ...


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If you've merely created outlines of the type to generate your 'Wireframe" then simply change the stroke color. If you have indeed used the 3D Effect and set it to "wireframe", then do the following: Group the type Add a new stroke via Appearance panel above the [content] item in the panel Change the color of this new stroke With these steps the 3D ...


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I'm going out on a limb and suppose you've created the wireframe using the Effect > 3D > Extrude & Bevel effect. In that case: Unfortunately, there is no way of doing this and keep the 3D effect editable. You can Object > Expand Appearance the wireframe object, and then change the stroke colour on the resulting group of lines.



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