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Chapter 5. Complex Shapes > Creating Spirals

Creating Spirals

You can create two types of spirals: symmetrical and logarithmic (Figure 5.11). The space between revolutions of a symmetrical spiral is constant, while the spacing in a logarithmic spiral increases with each new revolution.

Figure 5.11. You can draw two kinds of spirals: symmetrical (left) and logarithmic (right). Press as you drag to create a concentric/perfect spiral.



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