Reduce the layer line thickness After applying (Image Trace) on it

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Hello ,
As the title suggests I have this image I converted into Vector using (Image Trace)

perfume-155-306611.png

And this is the result,

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Is there a way to reduce the thickness of the line ?...

 

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Adobe Community Professional , May 01, 2021 May 01, 2021
Inside the Image trace you could try out if the threshold perhaps helps a little. For easier editing use the option "Ignore White" After using Image trace, first Expand it Then try out Object > Path > Offset path (or the same command in the Effects menu, but then you need to use Expand appearance afterwards)

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Inside the Image trace you could try out if the threshold perhaps helps a little.

For easier editing use the option "Ignore White"

After using Image trace, first Expand it

Then try out Object > Path > Offset path (or the same command in the Effects menu, but then you need to use Expand appearance afterwards)

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Hello,

 

(Object > Path > Offset) path work with me to increase the thickness of the line , but in my case want to decrease the thickness of the line 

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Just input a negative value.

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I have tried to write Offset path:

Offset: -30 pt
Joing: Miter
Miter limit: 1

 

but still didn't work

this result Offset path which i tried

5.png

just i trying to draw like this shape with brush 10 size but i couldn't ..

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Just start with small values and then work your way up. It won't work if the number is too high for the existing shape.

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i get it, now Illustrator created two blue two paths as desired size (1,2) as above image , but how can I delete everything outside these two paths and fill only two these paths that have been created

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Use the layers panel to analyze the artwork and then select and delete it. You might need to ungroup. Also it looks like there is still the white background and you might need to delete that too.

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Thank you so much..

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