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My goal is to export the image as an SVG then convert it to an EPS using Inkscape. But the SVG line-art isn't well defined and the SVG file is blank how can I improve / fix this? I included the blend file below.

I also tried saving it as a PNG file and doing a trace bitmap within Inkscpe but I had the problem of the lines not being well defined.

PS: I'm using Blender 2.82a. I'm also willing to try a different process if someone knows of one.

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Also this is how I made it. https://youtu.be/rTVzdthjE5Q

Update:1 I made the changes Jachym Michal suggested in the comments and made the Crease Angle 180. see attached image below. The edge lines still aren't "sensitive / isn't what I expected" they don't follow the edges of the image.

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    $\begingroup$ Hello :). You can change thickness and color of the freestyle lines in View Layer Tab > Freestyle Line Set. $\endgroup$ – Jachym Michal Mar 23 at 10:46
  • $\begingroup$ @JachymMichal Thanks. I made the changes you suggested and made the Crease Angle 180. see attached image above. The edge lines still aren't "sensitive / isn't what I expected" they don't follow the edges of the image. $\endgroup$ – Rick T Mar 23 at 11:13
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You can mark edges manually to render them using Freestyle.
But the 'mosaic parts' still needs to be image traced outside of Blender.

  • Select Edges you want drawn in Freestyle
  • Go Edge > Mark Freestyle Edge
  • enable Edge Marks in Freestyle Line Set.

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