Been checking out a bunch of tutorials and came across this golden ratio technique. My math side loves the idea but I’m curious how it works.
In this logo I’m putting together using Illustrator, I have sunshine rays coming over some hills, all enclosed in a half circle. I get how I can make the half circle and hills, but what about the rays?
All the golden ratio tutorials use only curved lines but the rays are straight. Would I just manually add straight lines and use the circles for the ends of the rays? Any help and advice would be much appreciated. Thanks
The Golden Ratio is
1:1.618 and has nothing to do with circles per-se. The circles in your sample show the limit of sequence
You could use the Golden Triangle to define the rays. Or just use the ‘Golden Section Ruler’:
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