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This happens because your path is being imported from Photoshop as a Compound Shape. Strokes, or any appearance attributes, are applied to the whole shape. To stop this from happening you need to release the compound shape from the Pathfinder panel's options dropdown: You can find out more about Compound Shapes here: Adobe Illustrator Help - Compound ...


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1. Select the Convert Anchor Point Tool (SHIFT + C) 2. Click on the end of the handle you want to remove. If you want to remove both handles (i.e. convert to a corner point) just click the anchor point itself. You can also convert the anchor point to a corner point by alt + clicking on the anchor point with the Pen Tool selected or using the Convert ...


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There's a great plugin from Astute Graphics called VectorScribe in which you can retract the handles to any specific number, including zero.


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This doesn't directly answer your question about converting the pixels to vector shapes, but... If the only reason you want to convert the pixels to vector shapes is to scale then it's not really necessary (it would be nice, but if your having trouble doing it, it's not essential). All you need to do is increase the size of the image in integer multiples ...


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This is because Illustrator now creates Linked Assets. In previous versions of Illustrator CC, every graphic asset, once dragged from the Libraries panel into an Illustrator document, was no longer linked in any way to the original asset. Consequently, modifying the original asset in a library had no effect on the copy used in the document. Illustrator ...


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You're having an issue, because the source file is tiny. To illustrate this, I increased the object's size by 500% (Object > Transform > Scale): At 500% scale, you can finally begin to notice the offset path (-1 px here): I would increase your object's size, to begin with. Alternatively, you can try to mess around with small decimals to offset your ...


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The subtraction of the inner circle can be reset, giving this result: (Btw, this only works after removing the circle from the group, or else Sketch just subtracts two circles from the rectangle at a different spot) As you can see, it kinda works, but there is a whole part of the inside of the circle again that is flowing outside of the boundaries of the ...


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I realize this question was posted a while ago, but it resonated with me and I wanted to respond with some insight. I am also a self-taught graphic designer, and I remember how confusing all of this was for me. It was difficult for me to decide which skills I should be honing, and which ones should fall to the wayside. Several years of professional ...


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Draw hexagon using polygon tool (Shift+drag) Draw lines from one point to another as below Select all and Divide with Pathfinder to create individual triangles then ungroup them. Fill all triangles with random colors and remove outline, then group them. Go to Menu -> Object->Pattern->Make Select Tile Type to Hex by Column then done. A pattern ...


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Well, you do not need that much high resolution. A. The scale, depending on what you want. If you need presicion on the proportions, it is better to draw at a larger scale. If you want a lot of detail, larger scale. If you want the texture of the technique (paper, stroke) you can draw at smaller scale. A natural look, draw at the final scale. If it is a ...



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