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I have created a brush in Adobe Illustrator. and when I apply that in a circle the shows a start and end point, there is no continuity!

Is there any way to solve it?

Thank you.

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    Well obviously if the brush enpoints in both ends dont align in y direction they wont hit in the ends wont they. Offcourse you can Use this for your advantage too
    – joojaa
    Jun 21 at 5:09
  • Interesting. I didn't consider this Y axis scenario. Oh dear lord you are sooo right! It makes sense now. Thank you for the attachment. Jun 22 at 9:10

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Art Brushes have a beginning and an end. They will always show this beginning and end.

If you want a continuous brush that appears to have no start/stop you need to use a Pattern Brush. Whether you can get the same general appearance from a Pattern Brush is another matter. In this case, I suspect one could create the middle brush pattern with a very long piece.

If one is merely seeking some width variation in strokes, it's often easiest to not use a brush and set a Profile for strokes in the Stroke Panel.

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