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I would like to create something similar to the image below. I've tried the rotate and transform each, however that creates a really dark centre (refer to image 2). Any idea how to create image 1, without the dark center?

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enter image description here image 2

Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks!

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    When the moon hits your eye... Like a big pizza pie, that's a moire...
    – Joonas
    May 14 '18 at 6:33
  • What kind of center you get really depend on the actual anti-aliasing method used. If your method would be perfect it wouldn't actually show up as a problem at all.
    – joojaa
    May 14 '18 at 16:04
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Do the same but adding a gradient to the vector stroke

  • From 10% of the main color, to main color, to 10% of the main color if it is over white

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  • From the background color, to main color, to 90% of the background color if it is over a background color

COlor

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  • Reducing the side colors opacity if it is over a image:

opacity

overimage

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  • thank you! quick question. how did you manage to swirl your pattern like that? I tried the twist effect and it gave me what I've got in image 2. Thanks again.
    – Tian
    May 14 '18 at 6:57
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    @Tian don't use a twist effect. Rotate a semi-circle instead. You can see the semi-circle that Danielillo started with in his answer.
    – Billy Kerr
    May 14 '18 at 7:35
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    Right, is a semicircle rotated and duplicated 3º (120 times) from one of its extreme points.
    – user120647
    May 14 '18 at 7:44

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