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this logo looks so clean. is this created manually by adjusting path or there is a trick? thx.

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    Your question is a bit broad. I can't say how this logo was made, but I'm sure it's possible to create something like this manually only using 3 circles and 5 separate paths. The 5 individual paths seems to be smooth (no split handles) and each go through each of the 3 circles. It's simpler than you think. Try drawing 3 circles and then draw just one of the 5 smooth paths with the pen tool. When it looks good, duplicate it and adjust a little bit here and there.
    – Wolff
    May 5, 2020 at 19:57

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Make a closed path which has a few, say 3 or 4 nodes. Make a copy and edit its handles with the direct selection tool, beware moving the nodes!

Make a few step blend between these 2 versions, expand and ungroup the blend to get free objects. Move the objects so that the nodes fit.

Color with a gradient. Draw and insert the black dots if they really are needed.

The geometry part without colors is shown in the next example:

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You can easily explore variations without sacrificing the smooth transitions between the curves if you put the 2 versions to the same place before making the blend. The blend adapts if you edit a handle or move the nodes.

You can also apply envelope distortion to the result. Here's an example of applying warp to the same shape: https://www.dropbox.com/s/n5l6jcwpqwzp44x/2Hunt1862.jpg?dl=0

  • Thank youuuu so muchhhhhhhhh for thisss, the idea of using circle never crossed in my mindddd thank you so muchhhhhhhhhhhhh again
    – amusakbar
    May 5, 2020 at 22:10

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