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Brush stroke issue maybe?

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Jun 09, 2020

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Hi, I am having issue with the brush stroke,

I am using XP Pen 12 pro for Illustrator CC.

Maybe you guys have settings for this.

u can see the the inside spiral looks like its thicker, doesnt fit what i wanted. I look at youtube drawing tutorials , looks like their brush stroke does not appear like what I am having now

Photo n video attached. The line seemed to merge.

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That is an old issue. You can try and apply the Zigzag effect. Use a setting of 0 for the first value. Then a very high value for the second one. Adjust it with the "Preview".

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Brush stroke issue maybe?

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Hi, I am having issue with the brush stroke,

I am using XP Pen 12 pro for Illustrator CC.

Maybe you guys have settings for this.

u can see the the inside spiral looks like its thicker, doesnt fit what i wanted. I look at youtube drawing tutorials , looks like their brush stroke does not appear like what I am having now

Photo n video attached. The line seemed to merge.

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Correct answer by Monika Gause | Adobe Community Professional

That is an old issue. You can try and apply the Zigzag effect. Use a setting of 0 for the first value. Then a very high value for the second one. Adjust it with the "Preview".

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That is an old issue. You can try and apply the Zigzag effect. Use a setting of 0 for the first value. Then a very high value for the second one. Adjust it with the "Preview".

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im sorry. i dont really understand what you telling me. setting of 0? adjust with preview? please help me.

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sorry, you have any link for my issue here? maybe someone already posted up this matter.

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There are a gazillion threads about the issue in this forum. I would have to search them, so here you are:

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seriously..i tried. it worked!..

and i dont need to apply it for all the lines. i just do that even at the blank page at first. then i draw using brushes with pressure, no more headache merged lines anymore! am i correct?

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You can apply it to the layer. It then gets applied to all the strokes on that layer.

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