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Solid Circle Displays in front of sphere when using 3D revolve effect

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I've been following step-byyyyy-step online tutorials to create a sphere with a fill. Everything works beautifully EXCEPT there is a solid circle displayed in front of the sphere when complete. It is not a display issue because the exported image still has the solid circle. I have started from a blank canvas several times and still have the same result. I cannot find any info when searching online. Two examples are attached. Can someone help me fix this visual?

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I asssume you are rotating a half circle. Try changing the shading, as it looks like a light source issue.

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If this does not help please show your settings, especially under more options.

 

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Solid Circle Displays in front of sphere when using 3D revolve effect

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I've been following step-byyyyy-step online tutorials to create a sphere with a fill. Everything works beautifully EXCEPT there is a solid circle displayed in front of the sphere when complete. It is not a display issue because the exported image still has the solid circle. I have started from a blank canvas several times and still have the same result. I cannot find any info when searching online. Two examples are attached. Can someone help me fix this visual?

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Correct answer by MikeGondek | Adobe Community Professional

I asssume you are rotating a half circle. Try changing the shading, as it looks like a light source issue.

a.pngb.pngc.png

 

If this does not help please show your settings, especially under more options.

 

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Can you post a screenshot of your Layers panel and Appearance panel? If you can post a link to the .ai file, that would be even better.

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I asssume you are rotating a half circle. Try changing the shading, as it looks like a light source issue.

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If this does not help please show your settings, especially under more options.

 

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Try adjusting the perspective angle by a few degrees.

Also the slider mustn't be at the very right, because then you have to expect rendering issues.

 

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