Background effect

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Hey guys, can anybody explain how to create the effect for the background of the watchface? Is it any type of corning? And if yes which type and which setting needs to be applied for it. 

 

Any help is appreciated. Thanks 🙂

 

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I think you'll have to be more specific about the "effect" to which you refer. Not sure what you mean by "corning".

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I can imagine that by "corning" you actually mean some kind of grain effect. Illustrator does provide a grain effect in the Raster Effect section that is located in the Effect menu.

 

But I'm not sure if that will help you. The question is what you are going to do. A photo-realistic vector illustration based on the image you are providing?

 

Then you would have to carefully examine the visual surface textures of all parts of the watch and then decide how to illustrate it with Illustrator according to your requirements. That may, of course, require some advanced skills and cannot be achieved by just applying some kinds of instant "effects".

 

Perhaps you may want to clarify a bit about what you are going to do.

 

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Are you referring to the gradient overlay from the 10 to 2 o'clock that has a blend mode to it?  Or are you speaking to the material of the watchface itself, which appears to be a gradient with an effect for texture applied to it. Please be a little more specific with your question.

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