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I draw an illustration from a source Image. Exported that as PSD file did coloring there. Suddenly my Client asked me to make the stroke width bigger. He was okay with initial stroke width. I am dumbfounded. Is there anyway to do that in photoshop? Without starting from scratch?

Thank you. Please help. I am in deep trouble.

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  • You didn't keep the AI file with all that work in it?
    – Scott
    Aug 26 at 15:06
  • I exported as PSD. In that PSD file, (when I opened that in Photoshop) I had the AI file as a flat layer, I could not edit that. Some line I had to draw as 'Shape'. Did you ask this? I have AI file saved. Aug 26 at 17:15
  • You may simply be able to go back and change the stroke weight in Illustrator.. then select all, copy, and paste back into Photoshop.
    – Scott
    Aug 26 at 21:15
  • So easy! You are right. I didn't know I can copy paste ai into psd. i just tried that as "Pixel". Thank you Scott. Aug 27 at 6:55
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    Aug 27 at 17:03

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Make a new layer to your PSD. Paste or place to it better width curves. Adjust the layer transparency.

If curves are not needed equally everywhere insert a full white layer mask. Paint more or less black to the mask where new curves are not needed or they must be less visible.

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If you still have the AI file with strokes...

You may simply be able to go back and change the stroke weight in Illustrator.. then select all, copy, and paste back into Photoshop.

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