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I got a more clear solution from Inkscape forum. Select all the Paths with :tool_selector: Duplicate them (Ctrl+D) Convert them to paths (Ctrl+Alt+C) Create a union from the paths (Ctrl+Shift+ + ) Break Apart the new shape (Ctrl+Shift+k) One of the two shapes created will be the exact fill. Delete the other. The problem isn't that much complicated. ...


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Select your path, then in layer panel in lower right corner select create new fill/ adjustment layer and select solid color.


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I found another similar post here on Stack Exchange which pretty much solves the problem... "Set stroke color of multiple objects as respective fill colors". -You can sort of do this in Illustrator by expanding the paths themselves, instead of using a stroke. Select all objects and set their strokes to none Use the menu command Object → Path → Offset ...


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I've found it works to just select with the magic wand and hit the paint bucket 6 or 7 times at a high tolerance.


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Get rid of the bounding box and just use the vector image of the suitcase.


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1. Create your gradient 2. Effect → Sketch → Graphic Pen... Unhappy with the size of the dots? 3. Effect → Document Raster Effects Settings... Resolution Bonus: Colorize The Sketch effects output is monochrome by nature so you are stuck with a black and white gradient to begin with. You can easily colorize the effect with the use of some blending ...



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