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AutoCAD: freehand style drawing (squiggle)

A - answer Not only 3D models but also a standard AutoCAD 2D drawing can be easily presented in a form of a "sketched" (free-hand, napkin, shaky) drawing, apparently done by hand (overshoot edges, jittered lines). A straight technical drawing can appear as a project designed by hand.

The steps to change a DWG into a squiggled drawing are described in the video AutoCAD #2 - Squiggle (in the section Learning - in Czech).


The drawing can be also plotted (printed) or published in the same style.

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See also:
Tip 1128:How to add a "freehand" look in your drawings?

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