BeeFlit

by Shainis • Uploaded: Apr. 13 '17

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Description: Logo for a tourist website.
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ClimaxDesigns Apr. 20 '17

How do you do the lines, is there a programmable way to do them like that or did you have to do that by hand? Anyone know? Im asking because i have seen the effect before but I cant figure out how to duplicate it without doing it line by line. .

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Shainis Apr. 20 '17

@ClimaxDesigns I find Illustrator Polar Grid Tool quite handy in such matters. Select it, click anywhere in the work area and choose zero Concentric Dividers and however many Radial Dividers. Then you just need to ungroup the result and delete the only concentric divider left. You must end up with a bunch of radial lines.
I did it line by line also untill it drove me nuts and I came across this solution. Works just fine for me.

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ClimaxDesigns Apr. 20 '17

You know what, i'm doing it in illustrator and thanks for the radial line bit but i was more talking about how the lines are randomly broken apart in places

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Shainis Apr. 20 '17

@ClimaxDesigns I have no clue for that one, sorry. I usually do it manually via cutting the line in places I want it to break. Not sure if there is such a thing as a programmable way to do this, but I won't be surprised if there is though.

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