Merge, hide or colour lines to match gradient

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Jul 22, 2022 Jul 22, 2022

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Hi there,

 

 

Trying to create a graphic where there's a gradient over a house-shaped object/outline. However I'm having issues with the lines of the individual pieces of said house to blend in with the rest of the sunset gradient (images attached). I need to either hide, merge or colour the lines to match the gradient so it all looks like a seamless graphic. How do I achieve this?

 

 

Kind regards

Jon

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Jul 22, 2022 Jul 22, 2022

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You can try to Select All and click Unite in the Pathfinder panel. You may need to reapply the gradient.

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Jon,

 

Always keep a backup of the original artwork, then work on a copy when you start irreversibly changing/destroying it.

 

I have an illusion of your simply selecting everything, and then setting the Stroke to None; or ticking the Select dropdown, then Object, then Stroked Paths, and then setting the Stroke to None.

 

Maybe I am just seeing things.

 

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