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Hagarack

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  1. That's the thing. if I do that the brush stroke is white and the background is solid black.
  2. Hi guys, hope you have some insight on this one. So I'm trying to make a double helix illustration that curves around the bottom of the beaker in the image attanched. I've managed to troubleshoot a few of the problems I was having with it and I'm learning a lot! Unfortunately, though, the brush has a very light but visible grey background that I just can't seem to get rid of. I made the brush by creating an artboard with a black background (it's hex 000000, I checked) while the shape itself has a white stroke. Then I exported it as a .png and then created a "new textured intensity brush" I was just following a youtube tutorial so maybe there's a better way to do that for the effect I'm trying to achieve anyway. If anyone has any suggestions it'd be most appreciated.
  3. Hi everyone, I've been searching around in the help and online for an answer to this but to no avail so hopefully there'll be some help here. Is there a way for me to save an individual artboard as a separate af file rather than just in an exported format? Thanks.
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