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I saw this on the web, and was wondering if anyone have some experience on how to do it! It might be a well-known effect but I have no idea about it.

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    Hi, could you please edit your question to show your own work so we can see where you got stuck. – Ryan May 22 '18 at 15:41
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Traditionally I've always heard such art called Contour Drawings.

It's merely a series of lines that follow the contour of a shape.

There's no automated method in any application to create this which I'm aware of. However, Applying a series of ever-expanding lines is a fairly easy thing to do in Adobe Illustrator.

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In fact, with the proper set up, you can merely use a blend in Illustrator to create all the lines in one step.

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  • I would say Op Art
  • Shutterstock/Google say Concentric Oncoming
  • In the book Principles of Two-Dimensional Design by Wucius Wong it's called Concentric Repetition

In Photoshop, from a Shape Layer, select it with the Shape Selector Tool selector

1 - Add a White Stroke aligned outside:

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2 - Add an Outside Black Stroke Effect to the layer:

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3 - Duplicating the layer, change the Shape Stroke Width on each lower layer:

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Use black and white sequential outlining under Edit. You can switch between sizes and black and white beginning at the center, the effect can be achieved by alternating color and width. (This is a low res example.)

Happy

  • Any chance you know what it's called? – LateralTerminal May 22 '18 at 16:01
  • @LateralTerminal I would say Op Art, but Shutterstock/Google says Concentric Oncoming. – Danielillo May 22 '18 at 16:40
  • @lateralTerminal What Daniello suggests, or, Concentric Shaping – Norman Edward May 22 '18 at 17:28

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