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I try to create a concentric circle with a dot but after the effect is bad.

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    Please show us what you have tried and where you got stuck. – Vincent Jun 20 '18 at 12:03
  • you can do this different size of circles and different transparency . you have to use gradient in stock of the circle. – User228 Jun 20 '18 at 12:09
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    What's "bad" about the effect? What are you trying to achieve? What do you mean by "a concentric circle with a dot"? – Billy Kerr Jun 20 '18 at 15:09
  • i think that i use this tutorial graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/84740/… for realise this effect. when i did it. it was bad – gnissou Jun 20 '18 at 21:05
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  • BACKGROUND LAYER: rectangle filled with a dark blue color > Block the layer
  • TOP DISK LAYER: three circles:
    • Rich black small circle on the back
    • Same size small circle > Fill none > Gradient stroke, 3 px and feather effect
    • Big circle > Fill none > Gradient stroke, 2 px

base circles

  • FIRST BLEND LAYER: select the Big Circle and the Small Circle with gradient from the TOP DISK LAYER and pressing Alt to duplicate, move them to a new layer named FIRST BLEND LAYER
  • Block the TOP DISK LAYER
  • Select the Small Circle and remove the feather effect
  • Select both circles > Menu Object > Blend > Make
  • Menu Object > Blend > Blend Options > Specified Steps = 22
  • Change the stroke width to 1 px

FIRS BLEND

  • SECOND BLEND LAYER: duplicate the FIRST BLEND LAYER
  • Block the FIRST BLEND LAYER
  • Using the Direct Selection Tool > Select the Big Circle and pressing Shift + Alt reduce the size proportionally to the center
  • Do the same with the Small Circle but increasing the size
  • Change the stroke width to 0,5 px and change the blend specified steps

    Second blend

  • Add a Third Blend Layer doing the same as the second one

  • Select all the blend layers and change the layer blending mode to Screen and reduce the opacity

Third Blend

FINAL DISK

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