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  1. Affinity is my go to, so that should say something. Designer's workflow is more responsive than Illustrator's, and for most of the work I do, it's all I need. Illustrator doesn't like commands fed too quickly. It stops responding... at least that's how it's been for me. Maybe a better computer would do better with it, but I've heard about other people having similar problems, so I'm guessing I'm not alone.
  2. Thank you for your professional insight. Tbh, the only reason I was trying to replace Illustrator with Designer is because Illustrator is so glitchy. It constantly locks up or kicks you out. If Designer would fix the brush tool, and add trace, it would be the perfect program. I like the work flow much better than Illustrator. If Illustrator had their workflow, it would be the perfect program. I've been using Photoshop for years, and fell right into Affinity without much of a learning curve. I use all three of their programs and love them, but unfortunately, it has not replaced Ill
  3. Yes, you're reading it right. It's great for a lot of stuff, but not so much for others. It's a shame that haven't addressed this
  4. Oh well... thanks for playing. Maybe they can figure out a workaround by eliminating rasterizing and maybe implementing symbols. I know that some programs allow you to make brushes from symbols, so maybe it's just a matter of someone thinking outside of the box. I guess I'm keeping illustrator.
  5. thank you for clarifying.... I have to wonder, why does Affinity Designer force you to convert to raster if you want to turn a stroke into a brush?
  6. no wonder they're not selling their so called vector brushes on the Affinity website. so, do you think that'll ever change? do you have a work around, other than keeping Illustrator?
  7. I apologize upfront for the numerous questions, but I'm still kind of new to Affinity and I'm trying really hard to eliminate Illustrator altogether. Let me start by saying, I love Affinity Designer, but I ran into a big problem... Does anyone know where to buy true vector brush kits for Affinity Designer? Brushes that don't pixelate when exported? I saw one brush kit at https://www.retrosupply.co/collections/affinity/products/the-vector-brush-toolbox-for-affinity-designer, but I don't know for sure if they're true vector brushes. Has anyone tried them? To give you an ex
  8. I apologize upfront for the numerous questions, but I'm still kind of new to Affinity and I'm trying really hard to eliminate Illustrator altogether. Let me start by saying, I love Affinity Designer, but I ran into a big problem... Does anyone know where to buy true vector brush kits for Affinity Designer? Brushes that don't pixelate when exported? I saw one brush kit at https://www.retrosupply.co/collections/affinity/products/the-vector-brush-toolbox-for-affinity-designer, but I don't know for sure if they're true vector brushes. Has anyone tried them? To give you an ex
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