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I'm sort of new to Illustrator, can someone explain how the pointed strokes on the image below are done?

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  • Not much to go on here.. ermm.. remove the stroke profile maybe? – Scott May 11 at 16:44
  • @Royale Designs Does the circled area contain something that you want to replicate or does it contain something unwanted that you want to get rid of? Flatten can be both of them. The gradual thinning can be inserted to a stroke with the Width tool. – user287001 May 11 at 18:21
  • @user287001 yes I want to replicate that – Royale Designs May 11 at 19:29
  • Then try the Width tool to a stroke. – user287001 May 11 at 19:31
  • @user287001 Ok thanks it worked! Thanks again! – Royale Designs May 11 at 20:30
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You can use the Width Tool or the Profile option on the Stroke Panel to make strokes taper at the ends.

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