The ICC profile you received from the print provider is for their equipment. You should not expect the ICC profile to render proper colors on your equipment.
For accurate color from your printer, you need to calibrate the printer and create an ICC profile for your printer.
If you want to ensure proper color from a print provider, ask them for a color proof. ...
Here's what I'd do. It's also quite a lot of work especially for a larger design, but avoids actually drawing the lines manually.
Draw a line, duplicate it moving it approximately a 45 degree angle from the original
Create a step blend for these two lines.
With the Curvature Tool, modify the curves. This is probably the trickiest step and will need some ...
Well there's no such thing as "compatible with all versions".
If you save to a legacy version, often artwork can be expanded/flatted or otherwise changed in order for it to be read by the legacy version. How much anything changes depends greatly upon the actual construction within Illustrator.
In many instances, the best balance between ...
There is a method that will allow you to do something close to this, or at least have somewhat of a start to expand and then refine. It's a lot of work, for you have to make each separate hatched segment individually.
First, create a symbol of your hatching pattern:
Draw a very slender and wide horizontal triangle;
Alt-drag it to copy it, aligning the copy'...
You expect something which exceeds the possibilities of Illustrator and Photoshop. Illustrator can produce the mug without a handle with 3D revolve effect. Even the surface image can be placed. Photoshop has no 3D modelling tools. The model must be made elsewhere. But Photoshop can show it and help in placing the image on the surface.
Even in entry level 3D ...
There are two ways to handle this in Animate CC. The first way is by adjusting the origin of the symbol, which I prefer.
First, align your circle and your symbol.
Then double click on the symbol to enter isolation mode and move it to the desired position relative to the circle.
Double click the empty stage to return, then copy and Paste In Place (ctrl+...
I think a better option is using brushes. This a rough 5-minute attempt that would still need refinements.
Make your basic shapes by making a group of elongated triangles
Convert it into a brush by dragging into your brushes panel and choosing "art brush"
Now you can apply it to the inside of your shapes. It's tricky getting the angles right, and ...