Smooth Curves

Posted on 2002-05-31
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Last Modified: 2010-04-03

how do i get smooth curves using Pen Tool->Stroke Sub Path->Pencil ?
Question by:hardy100

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what resolution are you working in?  If you are working in a screen resolution (72 dpi) you might need to create the piece at 1000 dpi and reduce the image to avoid jaggedies.

Is your path 'smoothe before you stroke it? If this is a question about bezier curves, then you need to read about them and how to use them.

Perhaps you want a wider stroke?  If that is the case, then I would select the path and go to edit stroke.

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zombeen earned 150 total points
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hardy1000 , this is simple , and i just got 100 points for the same q. anyways , instead of choosing pencil , cjhoose the brush , and beforehand choose a good quality smooth brush which fades out .
u'll get what u want

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