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    Thommynat0r reacted to Old Bruce in Apply a fill to a logo   
    One thing I would suggest is to make a Designer document with a series of artboards, one for each of the logos.  Make them all big size vector objects and then you can cut and paste into a new document and size them.
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    Thommynat0r reacted to Alfred in Apply a fill to a logo   
    Instead of trying to add another fill to the existing shape, add a separate shape! A white shape with gradient transparency will produce a highlight effect on the underlying object (and a black shape with gradient transparency would produce a shadow effect).
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    Thommynat0r reacted to Old Bruce in Apply a fill to a logo   
    I used the blend mode Erase some times and other times I used the Geometry > Subtract.
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    Thommynat0r reacted to PixelPest in Apply a fill to a logo   
    Take node-tool - drag around the corner nodes and call for "Join Curves":

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    Thommynat0r reacted to Old Bruce in Apply a fill to a logo   
    You are going to have to do a lot of duplicating of the existing curves. So first you should separate the curves. Then duplicate the shapes so you can build enclosing curves.
    Fair amount of work but it was a fun challenge.
    R bruce.afdesign
    I put in one named Global colour in a Document Palette. You should make more for the colours in all the gradient/solid fills and the stroke(s) so you'll be able to quickly change update the colours in the Swatches panel.
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    Thommynat0r reacted to PixelPest in Apply a fill to a logo   
    What I love about transparencies:

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    Thommynat0r reacted to jhazel0705 in Free brush packs - Both Vector and Raster   
    Hey guys......so I was working on my new course...and got the the lesson on making brushes.....sooooo I had to amek some brushes. 
    I made a set of fog/ smoke brushes in raster and a set of silky smooth stroke brushes for your vector applications. 
    I have learned so much from the people on the site....I wanted to give back, so here ya go . I am working on new blog post and some new art using them....so I will keep you in the loop 
    Feedback on them is always appreciated, I love making these sorts of tools 
    Jeremy , www.7thseasonstudios.com
    Stroke brushes -7th season studios .afbrushes
    Smoke and fog brushes -7th season studios.afbrushes
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    Thommynat0r reacted to firstdefence in Brushes Disappearing   
    Ive just looked in my backup folder and I have some of the brush sets from 1.7.3  The ones I can't see in 1.8 are Chalks and Pastels and Grunge.
    ...and I think Oils and acrylics are not there.
    Oils and Acrylics.afbrushes
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    Thommynat0r reacted to Chris Van Cleve in Dream Styles   
    So, I fell in love with Affinity after about an hour of playing with it. I bought it and started bringing my favorite assets over from Photoshop and Illustrator, including some styles I have been using for years on my web projects. I thought perhaps others could use them too, so here they are with a bonus set of sticker styles.
    Enjoy if they're of interest to you. 
    UPDATE: New version 2.0! This time the gradients and strokes are tool editable. No more trips to the Effects Panel. This gives better and easier control of the styles.
    BONUS: By request, 4 atmosphere styles. Included is the AD file with all styles applied for you to play with. Will likely only open in the latest beta. Sorry.
    BONUS: Dream Metals styles! Aluminum, Gold, and Copper.

    Find these and more at https://dscape-llc.com/affinity
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    Thommynat0r reacted to firstdefence in rainbow style   
    @Al Visser Try importing this: Default old styles inc rainbow.afstyles
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    Thommynat0r reacted to Uncle Mez in Affinity Styles Free   
    Hello Everyone,
    i'm really enjoying Affinity products since i'm using it.
    So, i've recently created 10 Style for my day to day work, i'm really happy how easy it is to create gradient, brushes etc... with Affinity for our day to day use.
    i hope these small package will help one here.
    You will find : Gold, Silver, Metal and few others really ...  ... like the one i call : Ferrari Style.
    Enjoy !
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    Thommynat0r reacted to v_kyr in Div Metal Styles   
    Here are also some Div Metal Styles (mostly dark textured/structured ones) for those who might have a need for these!
    The compressed AD styles files ...
    Div Metal Textures.zip
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    Thommynat0r reacted to MEB in Importing svg to asset panel?   
    Other than recurring to a third party app to place all svg's in the same document and export it as a single svg file (or other adequate format) to then open in Designer to drag them to the Assets panel I'm not seeing a way to do it in Designer alone. I will pass this to the dev team - it's a little limited currently.
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    Thommynat0r reacted to Artur in New Icons Pack   
    some time ago I found a post with free icons packs. Today I would like to share with you another 5 great libraries:
    Evil Icons by evilmartians.com (1.9.0) / MIT license fontkiko (1.0.8) 521 icons x 3 (light, regular, solid) / SIL OFL 1.1 Phosphor Icons (v1.1.2) 683 icons x 5 (thin, light, regular, bold, solid) / MIT license Heroicons (0.4.2) 224 icons (outline, solid) / MIT license Boxicons (2.0.7) / ~1500 icons / SIL OFL 1.1 You can download them @ https://aiac.pl/affinity
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    Thommynat0r reacted to helmuthdu in Icon Pack   
    Hi I just want to share some icon assets i made using free icons. Included in this pack. All icons are searchable.
    Entypo+: https://github.com/chancancode/entypo-plus FontAwesome: http://fontawesome.io/ Foundation: https://github.com/zurb/foundation-icon-fonts Game Icons: http://game-icons.net Gnome Symbolic Icons: https://github.com/GNOME/gnome-icon-theme-symbolic Hawcons: http://hawcons.com/ Icomoon: https://icomoon.io/icons-icomoon.html Ionic Icons: https://github.com/driftyco/ionicons Material Design Icons: https://materialdesignicons.com Material Icons: https://github.com/google/material-design-icons Typicons: http://www.typicons.com/ Greetings,
    v2.1.0 (07/10/2017)
    Updated Game Icons, Hawcons, iconsmoon & Material Design Icons to the latest version;
    Bonus: added a Golden Ratio Asset;
    Changed default icon color;
    Fixed wrong material icons symbols;
    Added Entypo+, Icomoon and Typicons;
    Updated Material Design Icons;
    Download: icons_pack.zip
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    Thommynat0r reacted to Kozaluss in Color palettes   
    Hello there...
    I thought I'll share palette that I use daily.
    It is designed to work in 15 columns.
    Full spectrum in steps, 3 saturation levels, 5 brightness levels + grays.
    It's intended use is to make illustrations using precise colour picks rather than guessing on the Colour tab.
    Knowing the construction of the palette one can ride it to get all sorts of blends, gradients and contrasts.

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    Thommynat0r reacted to Phil_rose in Named colours color palette to share.   
    I grabbed a colour chart from the Internet, converted it to vector in CorelDRAW, exported as a WMF, imported into Affinity Designer and from there created this palette. I don't guarantee that all the colours are completely accurate and of course, accuracy in something like this is pretty subjective. Anyway, I hope this is of use to people and enjoy! It may be best viewed as a list in the swatch palette since then you can see the names. I have been including Trainspotting orange in every palette I have created in every program I have used since the film came out! My signature colour!

    Named colors.afpalette
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