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diminishing width spirals

diminishing width spirals

diminishing width spirals

(OP)
hi,
does anyone know how to make spirals that start off thick and end up thin?
or even a wavey line with thickness that gets less and less?

make sence?

thanks
i have psp x2

RE: diminishing width spirals

Not in PSP, or at least not easily - there would be lots of manual work. This type of thing would be better done through a vector program, such as Adobe Illustrator or the free Inkscape (http://www.inkscape.org/), both already have a spiral tool and the line thickness effect could be used through a brush in Illustrator (not sure how it would work on Inkscape but probably through the same idea).

RE: diminishing width spirals

(OP)
thanks very much for the reply, ill see if theres a demo of this illustrator you speak of, is there another good one?


thanks
simon

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