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I'm creating a low poly design. First, I created one half of a wolves head, then copied it and tried to put it together. For some reason, there is a line in between the two even though I'm pretty sure the line is completely vertical.

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If it appears/disappears when zooming, it is an anti-aliasing artefect.

It may/may not print on a desktop printer and it will probably disappear when rasterized at high resolution or exported as an image with Art Optimized ant-aliasing.

You can try that with Effect > Rasterize to the grouped objects (an effect can be turned on and off and is non destructive).

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Low Poly Design with line in middle

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I'm creating a low poly design. First, I created one half of a wolves head, then copied it and tried to put it together. For some reason, there is a line in between the two even though I'm pretty sure the line is completely vertical.

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Correct answer by Ton Frederiks | Adobe Community Professional

If it appears/disappears when zooming, it is an anti-aliasing artefect.

It may/may not print on a desktop printer and it will probably disappear when rasterized at high resolution or exported as an image with Art Optimized ant-aliasing.

You can try that with Effect > Rasterize to the grouped objects (an effect can be turned on and off and is non destructive).

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Please show something.

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Does switching to View > Preview on CPU make a difference?

(sreendumps are better than photo's: https://www.take-a-screenshot.org )

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Unfortunately not 😞 It looks exactly the same.

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Well, I eventually got it. I don't know why, but the image was not snapping at the right point which made that line appear. Thank you for trying to help! I really appreciate it!

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Okay, maybe I didn't get it. Lol. There is still a defined line between the two pieces when zoomed in.. and now it won't let me take a screenshot...

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I fixed it. Here is the zoomed out, and zoomed in photos.

WolfLover46_0-1597082315237.png

WolfLover46_1-1597082361901.png

 

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If it appears/disappears when zooming, it is an anti-aliasing artefect.

It may/may not print on a desktop printer and it will probably disappear when rasterized at high resolution or exported as an image with Art Optimized ant-aliasing.

You can try that with Effect > Rasterize to the grouped objects (an effect can be turned on and off and is non destructive).

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Huh. I'll have to play around with that a bit. With the way the image is now, rasterizing the grouped objects actually made the line appear zoomed out.

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