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After the Minus Front operation, simply use the Direct Selection tool (the White arrow) to click the bottom path and then hit the Delete key.. But.. if you want the entire upper (or lower) half of a circle/ellipse, you don't really need Pathfinder at all. Because there are anchors on all 4 sides of the curve to create the smooth path. You merely need to ...


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This approach of cutting out each individual vector object is almost always the wrong approach. Vector graphics are much easier to work with and visually more pleasing to look at if you allow overlaps. Only reasons to cut out everything I can imagine right now would be if you need to physically cut out each object with something like a laser cutter or ...


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Very difficult to figure out without looking at the svg file. Going in the outline view (Ctrl/Command + Y) may help find & fix the issue. Other option could be to open it in photoshop and convert to a png. Just make it big enough so that the resolution will be fine.


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Without having your problematic file only guessing is possible. Here's one: Select all and apply Path > Combine. Then apply Path > Stroke to Path. Remove the fill color and apply a narrow stroke. This assumes the image in the right is made of independent simple paths. This is useless if the image in the right is something more complex than guessed, for ...


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It appears that the one on the left is a partial trace of the object on the right. Consider to duplicate the Path, Trace Bitmap feature of Inkscape. Check the preview options in the Trace dialog box to ensure you are getting the entire image. Once traced, you'll want to confirm that you've selected the full vector assembly before dragging it to a new ...


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I don’t think there’s a name for this specific kind of artwork. This is a monochromatic, stylized artwork. It may be vector, but the gradients and some detail makes me think it was actually made in Photoshop. One of the best ways to learn how to do something like this is to simply mimic it, you’ll learn a whole lot about the style just trying to make it ...


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