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Not that I'm aware of. You can get a similar effect by playing with the nib shape under outline settings.

Usually what I'll do is make my outline as fat as I want the fattest point to be, then convert it to an object and start deleting nodes/tightening it up on the skinny end.
 

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Hi,

I am stuck with a similar problem and wondered if you can help please?
I have a object, that I traced, but the end result has a outline that is nearly 2cm thick, which I would like to change to 1cm thick. How would I do this, to make the design oultines thinner, but keeping it the same size please?

Many thanks
Sharon
 

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Press F12 key on your keyboard, a window will open, then you can adjust from there. Or if you have traced it, look at your tool bars , there should be a place to adjust there as well.
 

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Artistic media or editing the nodes are good suggestions. I would like to point out that Inkscape has a preset option on the bezier tool to dictate shape. Dictating say a triangle shape causes your paths to be fat on one end and skinny on the other. I use Draw primarily, but like Inkscape for a few things, this being one. It is easy enough to start in Inkscape and pull it into Draw to finish.
 
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