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Why not put black lines over the white blocks underneath? i think the problem could be the fat white lines it makes it harder to control the black strokes around it so separate them. Cheers


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The top and bottom row in the image you provided are different in one other important way. The bounding shape varies across the row. That's key when dealing with overlap, but also a good principle for general use. For a straightforward example, consider the top vs. bottom row in this image of familiar symbols. It is much easier for the eye to visually group ...


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Its just linear interpolation of point positions. Here is a quick illustrator script example: #target illustrator var sel = app.activeDocument.selection; if (sel.length === 2){ if(sel[0].typename == "PathItem" && sel[1].typename == "PathItem") { for (var incr=-0.4; incr < 1.5; incr += 0.2){ if (incr != 0 ...


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*GO TO UR COMP SETTINGS AND SELECT SQUARE PIXELS * Lol for the answer



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