RNKLN

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  1. Quite useful. Thanks for sharing. Note: it looks like one of them needs to be renamed into Descending Grid 5x5 (which can be done by right-clicking and selecting Rename Asset...).
  2. Maybe that this video will help. In the end, it's a matter of practicing so that you can do it yourself.
  3. What i saw was a blur layer with the blur in a fixed position and a rounded rectangle (of the same size) layer on top of it. When you move the two together it seems to make sense, but suppose you want to change the corner radius of the rounded rectangle?
  4. The above example doesn't look like a non-destructive edit.
  5. Welcome to 2018!
  6. I'm curious to find out what is meant with this...
  7. Add a fill layer above in the desired colour. Set blend mode to somethings like Screen, or Add.
  8. In the meantime, Serif themselves have produced a tutorial around this topic.
  9. It's a nice effect. I've created a macro that kind of does this. Orton Effect.afmacro
  10. Could it be that the Below layer is of the type 'image'? If that's the case, rasterise first.
  11. I can confirm this behaviour, but it's not related tot he beta version. The Live Perspective filter doesn't seem to be the most stable tool one can find in AP. Would be nice if the Serif guys could put some extra effort in improving this. And yes, i also tend to switch off the grid as a first step when using the filter.
  12. Photoshop is the equivalent of Affinity Photo, while Illustrator is the equivalent of Affinity Designer. The move tool will be improved in Designer 1.7. Therefore, I wouldn't compare this to Photoshop. Affinity Photo does have a free transform tool. Not sure how it compares to the one of Photoshop.
  13. Creatie a macro w. default setting?
  14. Yes, i've seen it in a number of other places.
  15. Thanks for sharing your macros, smadell. I love gradient maps and i'm certainly going to play with your macros.