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The first image is part of my current Illustrator artwork. How would I go about turning it into a thin outline, so that it looks like the second image except the lines need to be one pixel thick.

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    Give everything a 1px black stroke and no/white fill? – Cai Jan 29 '17 at 19:56
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  • Select all your artwork (CTRL+A)
  • Go to the Color palette and set the Fills to none (pink arrow 1) and the Strokes to black (pink arrow 2)

    color palette

  • Go to the Stroke palette and type 1 px in the Weight field

    stroke palette

  • If the resulting artwork has overlapping shapes, you need to selectively use a white fill and play with object ordering and/or pathfinder to adjust the result (eg. use white for shapes that need to be on top of other shapes and send them to the front using CTRL+SHIFT+] or move these to a new layer).

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  • Hi, thanks for the answer unfortunately the original object used to build the artwork aren't perfect and overlap. How can i solve this? i.gyazo.com/1a1c0c99c228debf59acac25ae6e1675.png – user3900751 Jan 29 '17 at 20:29
  • I updated my answer above with another bullet that should address this. If you feel this answers your question, try clicking the check icon and the up arrow next to my answer above, to the left of the bullets. stackoverflow.com/help/someone-answers thanks – Lucian Jan 29 '17 at 20:33

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