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  1. I'm trying to create a line with corners in it that follows a nice uniform gradient, but I don't know how to do it. Making a vector brush makes the gradient look really bad. I've attached a photo of what I mean. Imagine that line turning at the first corner, then straightening out at the second corner. I want the entire composite line to follow the same gradient so it looks uniform. How do I do this? Thanks!
  2. Hey thanks for the reply. In your image however the gradient goes from the inside out - I'm looking to get a gradient going from left to right. Is this possible?
  3. I'm trying to create 4 semicircular gradients to match the look of the pink circles in this image: How can I do this on both photo and designer if possible?
  4. A film strip view would make the work flow so much easier - right now I use adobe bridge to cull, but having thumbnails in affinity would make editing and keeping track of images a lot easier!
  5. I'm using an intuos draw, and have done a little work in photoshop before. However in affinity the tablet just acts like a mouse - the paintbrush tool doesn't respond to my pen pressure changes, and is just a straight uniform line. How do I get it to work? Thanks
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