How to make a paint stroke/slash dsdfsd

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Feb 07, 2021 Feb 07, 2021

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Hello everyone. So, I am currently in the midst of making some sort of paint scratches/strokes/slashes. 

 

I want to get something as close as possible to this: 

 

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I tried to use the Artistic Paintbrush tool, but as you can see: 

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They are a little too "full" for me, like, the only are scarce with "paint" at the end of the stroke. Whilst I want it to be more like the stroke in red, where you can see that the whole paint stroke is a little scarcely painted. Like, Imagine you have a paint brush that's not been recently dipped in paint and you slash it across a board pretty hard to get those last rests of paint of the brush. Well, a little hard to explain but something like this (same picture as above):

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I am very thankful for any help, and if you have any questions please tell me! Thanks. 

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 07, 2021 Feb 07, 2021
Search it on Google. Import a Brush view of your choice into Illustrator. Trace it and make sure it is vectorial. Create as Brush with New Brush command in the Brush panel. Alternative: After the trace process, you can give a different look with Distort and thin the ends. Afterwards, you can get a brush with fine-looking tips with New Brush. 1. step2. step3. stepfinal

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You can try to edit one of the existing brushes (drag them from the brushes panel to the artboard an delete the invisible rectangle) or you can use a real brush and paint , take a picture or scan the result vectorize it and create your own.

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Search it on Google. Import a Brush view of your choice into Illustrator.

Trace it and make sure it is vectorial.
Create as Brush with New Brush command in the Brush panel.
Alternative:
After the trace process, you can give a different look with Distort and thin the ends. Afterwards, you can get a brush with fine-looking tips with New Brush.

 

1. step1. step2. step2. step3. step3. stepfinalfinal

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You can try to edit one of the existing brushes (drag them from the brushes panel to the artboard an delete the invisible rectangle) or you can use a real brush and paint , take a picture or scan the result vectorize it and create your own.

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