Quote:> > draw a circle, pick15 evenly spaces points on the circle, and then
draw a line segment from each of those 15 points to all of the other
-in a transparent layer, draw a line segment from the centerpoint of
your canvas the length of the radius of your circle. (either with the
pen tool/stroke path or with a very thin rectangular selection)
-copy, paste, rotate 24 degrees. repeat 15 times.
-throw a circle out from the centerpoint (alt+click, ctrl+click? i
forget) using the circle select tool until it touches the endpoints of
-stroke the circle (edit > stroke) with a fine line (stroke line width
= currently selected brush width in brush dialog)
you should now have a template where the line and circle points
-create a new transparent layer and go to town connecting the dots
with the pen tool.
-stroke the paths (solid circle button in the paths dialog) and that
should do it.
that's one way to do it. i hope it helps. i've never used gfig before.
i'm going to explore it right now.