This is a good place to start, touching on some of the issues. There are plugins for cylindrical wrappings, and there may be some new things built into the newer versions (I am still with 10).
Note that the lower band should be somewhat rounder (it is wider and should be represent a different angle).
The second image was an example.
My question is how to this. Where do I find the tool in Illustrator or what kind of plugin do I have to download?
1. Draw object
2. Draw ellipse on which to set type over object
3. Set type; set type effect to skew
5. Draw a shape over object that will serve as mask where type is to appear behind it
6. Duplicate object
7. Select object duplicate and masking shape; make mask.
Type on a path:
Type in a Symbol, mapped to an extruded circle, using Invisible Geometry:
Text in a 1 Row, 2 Column Mesh Envelope:
In all three examples, the sphere is in two halves, so that one half can be in front of the text. For expediency, I resorted to two clipping paths. Prime example of why Illustrator needs a decent cutting tool. One should be able to simply slice across the 73 ellipses that make up the sphere to cut them all in half in one move, with an option to not close the paths when cut--as you can do in other drawing programs.
jet how to place images in the text field that you shown here just like the example of text around elipse iam using attach files method iam new user here
My images are on my own web space. I just type link code in my posts.