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I'm completely new to Grease Pencil tool, I followed some tutorials about freestyle and grease pencil object.

I'm using a Grease Pencil object with a LineArt modifier to create some grahics. I want to achieve the image on the left in one render (image was made combining two renders in Photoshop. One of the silhouette and other with the two plane grids).

I can't seem to find a way of setting up the Lineart modifier to show all the meshes edges and the part that is black (fill) to be translucid so it shows all edges that doesn't appear on the camera angle

left: desired result / right: current result

LineArt Modifier Settings

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This is most probably not the most efficient method, but it might help you in your situation.

Simply delete all the face of the models (Only faces and not the edges)
Go to Edit mode > A to select all > X to delete > Only Faces

This is what I got: enter image description here


Edit

Make sure you have selected Loose in the Edge Types drop down menu of your Line Art Modifier or else, no loose edges and vertices would show up in the line art modifier.

enter image description here

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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks!! I think it may work even tho it's a destructive method. $\endgroup$ Oct 28, 2023 at 18:10
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    $\begingroup$ @Casiel Checoni This may be hard to believe but, this is quite possibly the most efficient method there is. If you want a non-destructive method, duplicate the mesh(es) before deleting the faces. $\endgroup$
    – Obfuscate
    Feb 10 at 22:14

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