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  1. I don't want to put a whole lot more effort into this, but just off the top of your head, what effects do you think I could make to some of these layers which will make an improvement to this picture? Such as applying textures here and there. P.S. The doctor is a royalty free png that I copied and pasted, and not broken into layers
  2. I think I figured out a hack 1. Create a layer of a square underneath 2. Bring the opacity down to 0 3. Merge the layers. 4. Select > Alpha Ranger > Fully Transparent
  3. I would like to know how to do this Working with a lightning bolt, have about 7 layers of this, and flood select would take too long and be a worse result
  4. I have this picture of a ligtning bolt, but I don't want the black background. is there a way I can remove all pixels that are darker than a certain threshold?
  5. I would like to take the image below and take the outline of it look like a coin, like on this loonie, but the loon would be replaced with the seal below?
  6. This is where you can find the style after you create it
  7. I have this image that looks like this at full size After resizing the image looks like this I've discovered that this is because of the inner shadow property So I need a way to resize my curves/shape while scaling the inner shadow so that the curves/shape looks the same, like how the stroke width can be set to scale with a resized object
  8. When I select Break Curve on a shape, and then select the node which was just broken, is there a way to select the node underneath without moving the top node away. In this video I would like to select the node connected to the line on the left instead of the node connected to the line on the bottom Grab Other node.mp4
  9. Is there any way to specify a gradient that spreads consistently from the center of a curved shape? Such that the gradient would be darkest along this red line and lightest at the edges of the shape? Here's a drawing example of what it would look like kind of.
  10. The effect given to the circles on the left, where they're less grainy in the second pic
  11. @stokerg Is there a way to do some kind of thresholding within Affinity like described in these screenshots?
  12. I have 2 separate curve layers that overlap. At a certain point for these two curves(between the two black arrows) I want the gradients to merge or blend together more. Is there a way to do this without converting these layers to pixel layers or doing something destructive?
  13. So I posterised this image, I then converted it to black and white. I would like to get rid of most of the grain on the face, so that the face is mono color but you can still see the eyes, nose and mouth. some grain would be all right but I want way less. I fiddled around with the denoise tool, but nothing seemed to make a difference, even after merging the layers. I think the core of the problem comes from not being able to posterise my image enough. I brought my posterise down to the lowest level(2), but you can still see blue, red, yellow, green, turquoise and black in this image. That's too many colours. Original image
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