Illustrator Tutorial 1: Line and Spirograph Effect

Illustrator Tutorial 1: Line and Spirograph Effect

Learn how to create an awsome line and guilloché effect in illustrator! If you need any help e-mail me: Enjoy!
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20 responses to “Illustrator Tutorial 1: Line and Spirograph Effect”

  1. sonicforest says:

    Thanks, very helpful! It took me a minute to work out that holding down alt/option is to duplicate the shape, but once I figured that out, the rest is super-easy.

  2. Charley Letham says:

    Thanks for this tutorial 🙂

  3. RoyalTinnitus says:

    thank you very much for this, very nice tutorial 🙂

  4. teddynna says:

    Great! I love you! This is great! I’ve been looking for a tutorial to do spirographs for a long time!

  5. unluckylion says:

    wow that was pretty cool = ) thanks!

  6. Aphex Net says:

    Good work!! Thanx!!

  7. failtosync says:


  8. livsvinst says:

    Thank you from Sweden 🙂

  9. naujjnaujj says:

    This is great. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

  10. Sudeep Rai says:

    Thank you so much, its great work

  11. Phoenicion says:

    1000 thanks for your great video! :)

  12. googoogagmouth says:

    Thank you for creating this video.

  13. Georgia Strazzeri says:

    awsome thanks.. exactly what i was looking for 😉

  14. Joby Elliott says:

    Once you select your pivot point, just press enter. That lets you type in an exact rotation amount instead of dragging it. Make it something that divides evenly into 360 (try 3, or 4, or 5 degrees).

  15. JohnStanowski1 says:

    You also use the Transform Effects to do this with the added bonus of being able to enter in a degree of rotation. You can choose something divisible by 360, like 5 or 10. And instead of hitting Cmd D over and over you can just enter a number of copies in the Copies field. If you use a mouse with a wheel, you can just scroll in the Copies field and it’s fast.

  16. HAIKELzambri says:


  17. Azadeh ramezani tabrizi says:

    you are awesome .thank you

  18. webfxmedia says:

    Great tutorial, been looking for something like this for a while. Thanks

  19. DynamicSun says:

    cool ^^ so easy and i do sinus with java 

  20. 1990banks says:

    Wow how on earth do you get it to be even all round I have overlapping and certain parts are darker hehe

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