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How to make the tips of the stroke fade smoothly?

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Aug 18, 2020

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Hello. I made this stroke that fades smoothly to the sides, but I want to make the same for the tips. They just end abruptly.

How to?
Thanks.

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You could use the stroke width tool. Not that easy but should do the job

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Once OK you can save this stroke profiile an  reapply whenever needed to any other stroke

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How to make the tips of the stroke fade smoothly?

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Hello. I made this stroke that fades smoothly to the sides, but I want to make the same for the tips. They just end abruptly.

How to?
Thanks.

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Correct answer by didiermazier | Adobe Community Professional

You could use the stroke width tool. Not that easy but should do the job

Capture d’écran 2020-08-20 à 09.39.08.png

result

Capture d’écran 2020-08-20 à 09.41.19.png

Once OK you can save this stroke profiile an  reapply whenever needed to any other stroke

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You could try and apply round stroke ends.

Or you could try a width profile that gets thinner towards the ends.

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Aug 18, 2020

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Hello.
You created it by applying a gradation to the stroke.
That way it can be hard to smooth the edges.
My preferred method is to use "Blur".
First, draw a path with rounded ends,
From the "Effect" menu, select "Stylize"> "Blur"
Alternatively, select "(Photoshop Effects) Blur" from the "Effect" menu.

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Aug 20, 2020

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You could use the stroke width tool. Not that easy but should do the job

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Once OK you can save this stroke profiile an  reapply whenever needed to any other stroke

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