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Blend scalies elements proportionally

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May 17, 2020

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Hi forum.

 

Im doing a blend with replace spine. So when I achieve the circles going around the hexagon, Im trying

to find a way to scale them inwards without the circles getting smaller and smaller as seen in Sample B,

I'd like for the circles to have the same scale as in Sample A. What method can I use to make this?

 

Thank you.

 

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Correct answer by Barbara_Ash | Adobe Community Professional

Another way would be to use a dotted line. Set up the stroke weight. Use zero for Dash and the amount of space you want for the Gap.

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For the smaller shapes, choose Object > Path > Offset Path.

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Again.

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Blend scalies elements proportionally

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Hi forum.

 

Im doing a blend with replace spine. So when I achieve the circles going around the hexagon, Im trying

to find a way to scale them inwards without the circles getting smaller and smaller as seen in Sample B,

I'd like for the circles to have the same scale as in Sample A. What method can I use to make this?

 

Thank you.

 

ADOBE0101-01.jpg

 

 

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Correct answer by Barbara_Ash | Adobe Community Professional

Another way would be to use a dotted line. Set up the stroke weight. Use zero for Dash and the amount of space you want for the Gap.

image.png

For the smaller shapes, choose Object > Path > Offset Path.

image.png

Again.

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Another way would be to use a dotted line. Set up the stroke weight. Use zero for Dash and the amount of space you want for the Gap.

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Thank you barbara, that worked well for what I was trying to achieve.

 

Kind regards.

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You're welcome. Usually there's more then one way to do things. I'm glad this worked for you.

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