Continuation of Part 1.....
Create a circle vector and do the same actions as in the previous step. Then change to Linear with the same color and configurations. Then go to Modify > Flatten Selection. Copy the result 3 or more times, and make a free transformation with the Scale Tool (Q).
Now for the secret, you don't need to do one vector for each color you'll use. It's just to change the color with Hue/Saturation. Go to Filters > Adjust Color/Hue/Saturation. Then configuring the effect, as in the image below, or as you prefer.
Tip: Use different colors and discover different applications for this same effect. Use your creativity and imagination.
Ok, you've changed the color of the circle. Let's do it with all the vectors now. It's the same, only change the color configurations of the Hue/Saturation effect. Look at the final image of this step. You'll have all the vectors with different colors, but don't forget to leave one of these shapes with the white color.
Get each kind of form you've created, and make 3 or more copies. Then make free transformations with the Scale Tool (Q). Select all the parts and go to Commands > Creative > Twist and fade. Apply the configurations as in the image below, or as you prefer.
Tip: Don't worry if your results are different, as this is a random way to generate forms. It's hard to do the same twice.
All right, select all the vectors you've created. Then make different combinations of different groups with various sizes and colors. Then select all the parts and go to Commands > Creative >Twist and fade.
Tip: Use your imagination, create another group of 3 vectors, select it, and do the effect Twist and Fade multiple times until you're satisfied with the results.
To be continued in Part 3.....