Different results with mesh tool, what did I do wrong?

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Nov 07, 2021 Nov 07, 2021

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Hey Adobe community,

it´s the first time I create a post here. I hope I follow the guidelines accordingly!

I am pretty desperate at this point, since I can´t understand what I did different this time.

What I wanted is this look:

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What I got:

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I can´t tell what I did wrong. I would really appreciate some help! 🙂

 

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 07, 2021 Nov 07, 2021
To me that looks like you have applied fills to your lines where there should be none.

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stroke.pngHi dont apply any width profile just use basic and try again its working fine for me...regards

Ali Sajjad

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If so, I don´t know how I applied any width to the lines. Just followed a tutorial on Youtube and it turned out this way. Where can I edit the width?

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To me that looks like you have applied fills to your lines where there should be none.

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If the filled and stroked lines were duplicated from top to bottom then dragging a mesh point up will give this effect. Dragging a mesh point down will give what you expected.

Removing the fill is, as Monika noticed, the best solution.

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