When outputting finalToon to the AI (Adobe Illustrator) format, the spacing of the gaps and the dashes themselves become much smaller than how it looks in the frame buffer in Max.

Cedar Thokme
2016-08-15 22:54

answer: first, check your spacing in Illustrator as it may be there that needs tweaking. If not, try using colored strokes in fToon for lines which will become phantom in Illustrator so that it is easier to select them in Illustrator. 

This is because AI lines generated by fToon contain many extra vertices. In illustrator this often causes lines to not show dashes properly because some lines will not be connected although they appear to be (overlapping, non-connected vertices). 

Tags: Adobe Illustrator, AI, finalToon, Illustrator
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