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About uncle808us

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    3D modeling, 2D graphics, Composing, Arranger, Song writer.

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  1. First This is an Mac Affinity Photo question not a vector stroke line using pressure setting. Is there any way to make a brush that will taper at both ends automatically? What I am hoping for is a brush that after I draw a line it automatically tapers both ends. I see this kind of brush in other software. I know this could be achieved with my tablet and size by pressure but that is not what I'm looking for. Thank you for all help.
  2. Thank you firstdefence you beat me to it. That is the brush in Fire Alpaca.
  3. Using Affinity Photo on a Mac. I realize you can paint a white stroke then use FX outline to outline the paint stroke. but what I am looking for is an outline brush like the "Line Brush" in Fire Alpaca. as you paint, the brush has a chosen color inside color and a chosen color as an out line. EX: red brush with Black outline. Is there a way to make this kind of brush? Or find one somewhere? I have searched to no avail. This is one reason I like Fire Alpaca. paint software. but lacks so many things I use in Affinity Photo. Thank you for reading and I appreciate any helpful suggestions.
  4. @PaulEC: Thanks for the information and joining the thread all knowledge is welcome.
  5. OK Thanks guys using R C-R's tip about winding worked if I choose both nodes at once I can adjust the toe curve with the boot curve. I still wish there was a way to add a branch to the original curve. Thanks anyone using Affinity Photo the winding setting is only available in Affinity Designer as far as I can tell. Again Many Thanks to PÅ¡enda, R C-R and Garry P.
  6. I don't understand is this something you do before merging curves? I am using Affinity Photo and use layer menu> geometry> merge curves. Thank you I appreciate your time and the enlightenment.
  7. Not working. see result image plus if you move the nodes they do not move together. Thanks
  8. The image I shared will eventually be a boot the line I want to join will be a line indicating a toe for the boot. As I change the appearance of the boot the toe line would follow the boot out line if it could be joined. PS . This can be done in Moho 11. Joining lines to do what I have explained here. Thanks for inquiring.
  9. Never got a reply back after sending the crash report????
  10. Well today I had a project to finish in Affinity Designer 1.8.4 for on my MacBook Pro OSX El Capitan Ver 10.11.6 and got to use it for about ten minutes before the pencil tool caused a crash... Yippee... I guess I won't be making any money using Designer. Please don't explain this crash away by saying I should update the OS. My computer is too Old to run anything newer than OS 10.11.6. Unless you guys would like to buy me a newer model MacBook Pro. I don't want to lose money already invested in your app and it is supposed to run on this system. So.. Here is the crash report, sorry if I come off as defensive but it is frustrating. Crash report.rtf.zip
  11. I never know when it will happen.(when I'll need the pencil tool) and I can't screen shoot the entire work flow of an entire project. So what you ask is a bit weird to me. All I can say is that it has happen several times and slows down my workflow as the recovery of the project sometimes misses a few steps that have to be re-done and it also gives me a sense of foreboding about using the pencil tool. I hope you can find this unstableness. Please continue to look into it using your ability. Thanks
  12. I'm getting constant crashes now when using the pencil tool in Designer for mac newest update1.8.4. 1.8.3 did not do this. OS 10.11.6 don't blame it on the system. like I said it did not do this in 1.8.3. This is frustrating. Pleas fix ASAP! Thanks.
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