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I made some different scatter brushes, but they all have the same problem. The bush doesn't follow the object paths, see image. No idea how to make them go along the blue line. Anyone any ideas?

 

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Problem with scatter brush on curved paths

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I made some different scatter brushes, but they all have the same problem. The bush doesn't follow the object paths, see image. No idea how to make them go along the blue line. Anyone any ideas?

 

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Can you post a screenshot of your brush settings?

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yes, i added it to the original message

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Long shot: Is "GPU" turned on?

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That circle is very small, right?

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It also happens with large circles or shapes

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Have you tried making a "pattern" brush instead of a scatter brush?

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Yes, but that gives not the right options to create this kind of brush. It should just follow the line which it doesn't.

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Can you show the Appearance panel with the object selected?

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Sure

 

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I remember that we had this kind of problem in the forum. It's a size issue, but not the size of the circle (as I thought to remember). It'S the size of the brush element. When it's too small, this happens.

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This Appearance should not be the problem (I suspected a distort effect).

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I caneasily reproduce it without an effect

 

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Now I can too 🙂

Make a very very tiny brush.

Tiny scatterbrush.png

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A tiny brush makes the problem somehow smaller, but it's still not a solution. It should become a circle instead of an x-agon

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I meant to say (as Monika suggested) that a very tiny brush is causing the problem.

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That seems to be correct at first glance. However, the same issue persists. I'm attaching images that hopefully illustrate the issue. When I have a tiny brush element to begin with (a tiny dot measuring just under 1 pixel), I get the jagged edges on curves. This issue disappears, however, if the curve is large enough (see the 11-inch small-brush-circle below) OR until the stroke weight increases to something over 6pt. (at which width this specific brush no longer serves its intended purpose). So as you suggested, I tried making a larger brush element to begin with (a dot of almost half an inch diameter, about 32 pixels), and that seemed to solve the problem. But once I brought the point size of the brush down closer to the width I needed, the problem arises again (see the last image below). 

The scatter brush is really great, and — to be sure, there ARE workarounds and hacks to make this work — but unfortunately, unless this is somehow a bug that can be fixed, it seems the scatter brush does have some pretty hefty limitations.

Screen Shot 2020-08-24 at 10.50.44 AM.pngScreen Shot 2020-08-24 at 10.50.41 AM.pngScreen Shot 2020-08-24 at 10.50.34 AM.pngScreen Shot 2020-08-24 at 10.50.31 AM.png

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That seems to be correct at first glance. However, the same issue persists. I'm attaching images that hopefully illustrate the issue. When I have a tiny brush element to begin with (a tiny dot measuring just under 1 pixel), I get the jagged edges on curves. This issue disappears, however, if the curve is large enough (see the 11-inch small-brush-circle below) OR until the stroke weight increases to something over 6pt. (at which width this specific brush no longer serves its intended purpose). So as you suggested, I tried making a larger brush element to begin with (a dot of almost half an inch diameter, about 32 pixels), and that seemed to solve the problem. But once I brought the point size of the brush down closer to the width I needed, the problem arises again (see the last image below). 

The scatter brush is really great, and — to be sure, there ARE workarounds and hacks to make this work — but unfortunately, unless this is somehow a bug that can be fixed, it seems the scatter brush does have some pretty hefty limitations.

Screen Shot 2020-08-24 at 10.50.44 AM.pngScreen Shot 2020-08-24 at 10.50.41 AM.pngScreen Shot 2020-08-24 at 10.50.34 AM.pngScreen Shot 2020-08-24 at 10.50.31 AM.png

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Can we see your Appearance Panel? It's as if you had a "Transform Effect" assigned to the stroke:
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There are no effects in the appearance panel, BUT if i add the Zig Zag effect, and increase the number of ridges per segment, the problem is fixed.

 

Thank you very much!!

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Unfortunately the zigzag effect disappears at "outline stroke"... still no sulution..

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Expand appearance does the job though

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