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Dynamics presets as standalone are seldom useful. They do make a lot of sense tho when used in full tool presets, so I recommend starting there. There must be something that makes sense for your uses. There are also several preset packs around. You can try them out and learn how they do what they do. :) ...
The brush you are using is an Art Brush. Art Brushes just take an object and wrap it along the path from start to finish, even if the ends don’t line up perfectly. What you should use here is a Pattern Brush, which you can configure to fit perfectly. Here is a comparison between an Art and a Pattern Brush I made from the two rectangles on top. If you want ...
Solution: Draw a closed form; Take 'Magic Wand Tool' and click out of shape; 'Select > Modify > Expand > 1 px' and repeated depending on the contour; (create action or shortcut) 'Select > Inverse' (Ctrl+Shift+I) 'Paint Bucket Tool' click 2 times; If there is more easy for a transparent background, write. Thank you!
Not entirely sure of your selection method. Expanding on Vincent's answer: Using the magic wand with tolerance at 64. Produced this: Filling with the appropriate colour, produced this.
You'll want to increase the fill tool's Tolerance before using it. You can see the value in the options bar, it's 32 in your screenshot. Tolerance determines how many colour 'levels' will be caught in the filling. When you use the fill tool, you click a pixel, a white one in your example. Pixels more than <tolerance> levels removed from that first ...
Look into Symbols... I've used them before, I don't have illustrator open at the moment, so I'll do this from memory. Select your tile (you may want to save a copy of it in a separate file first just to be safe). Then you open the symbols pane, and choose "new symbol" while the basic tile is still selected. This will convert it into a symbol, which you ...
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