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how to recreate Vodafone Smart V8 Stock Wallpapers

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Apr 07, 2020

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Hi all, 

 

wallpaper.jpgwallpaper2.jpg

I really like these "Vodafone Smart V8 Stock Wallpapers"

And I would like to make something similar with the same technique.  

Have been trying to recreate it with the freeform gradient tool, but just can't get it right. 

 

Can anyone give me some advice?  Would really appreciate your help.

 

best regards, 

 

Tee

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Correct answer by e42d | Community Beginner

Hi Monika,

I manage to recreate the effect! 

by using 2 Radial gradient and apply gradient along stroke.  have to adjust a few opacity to zero, and overlapping them.

here is my result.  ( right is the original)

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how to recreate Vodafone Smart V8 Stock Wallpapers

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Hi all, 

 

wallpaper.jpgwallpaper2.jpg

I really like these "Vodafone Smart V8 Stock Wallpapers"

And I would like to make something similar with the same technique.  

Have been trying to recreate it with the freeform gradient tool, but just can't get it right. 

 

Can anyone give me some advice?  Would really appreciate your help.

 

best regards, 

 

Tee

Community Beginner
Correct answer by e42d | Community Beginner

Hi Monika,

I manage to recreate the effect! 

by using 2 Radial gradient and apply gradient along stroke.  have to adjust a few opacity to zero, and overlapping them.

here is my result.  ( right is the original)

Screenshot 2020-04-08 at 11.26.28 AM.png

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Apr 07, 2020

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This sharp edge can only be produced by edges of objects or by using blends.

You will need to stack several objects and combine different techniques to achieve this. Get the blurring part of it with freeform gradients, but then layer objects on top that dissolve into transparency to get the sharp edges.

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I see that there is no easy way to achieve this effect.   I'll tryout your suggestion.  thanks for the advice!

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Hi Monika,

I manage to recreate the effect! 

by using 2 Radial gradient and apply gradient along stroke.  have to adjust a few opacity to zero, and overlapping them.

here is my result.  ( right is the original)

Screenshot 2020-04-08 at 11.26.28 AM.png

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That's cool! Thanks for showing!

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