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## geometry

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I use Photoshop 7

In the image provided i want the "petals" of this "color wheel flower" to all be equal in size and not overlap.

Note that the pure yellow, red and blue petals are smaller.  I started with a triad of circles of these three. Obviously, if i rotate a copy of the triad 50% opaque layer by 45 degrees i'm going to get a smaller "petal"shape where they overlap.  The next cumulative color (scale) petal is created by another 50% opaque layer rotated rotated 45 degrees but 45 + 45 = 90 degrees, so i get that this "petal" will be larger.

What can i do so all petals are equal and don't overlap?

Is this a geometry issue? A lot of geometry issues can be solved in Photoshop (7)

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## geometry

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Aug 19, 2020

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I use Photoshop 7

In the image provided i want the "petals" of this "color wheel flower" to all be equal in size and not overlap.

Note that the pure yellow, red and blue petals are smaller.  I started with a triad of circles of these three. Obviously, if i rotate a copy of the triad 50% opaque layer by 45 degrees i'm going to get a smaller "petal"shape where they overlap.  The next cumulative color (scale) petal is created by another 50% opaque layer rotated rotated 45 degrees but 45 + 45 = 90 degrees, so i get that this "petal" will be larger.

What can i do so all petals are equal and don't overlap?

Is this a geometry issue? A lot of geometry issues can be solved in Photoshop (7)

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try this

• draw a shape the press Command/Ctrl + Alt/Opton + “T”  (Mac/PC)
• displace the center point down (shift to stay on line)

• Enter the angle i.e. 45 then validate or enter

• Press Command/Ctrl + Alt/Option + Shift + “T” as many times as wanted petals

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