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Miltrin

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  1. Thank you both very much for the help and for giving other options. I look forward to sharing the final result, when the customer is fully satisfied.
  2. Hi @Alfred very important and interesting your contribution, those little details give another visibility and concept to the shape. I think if you don't mind I'll take your idea. Going back to the title post, would you unify the shapes to make the path with colour (gradients as we were seeing) or would you "add both shapes"? By adding we will lose the path of the "O" that goes underneath, won't we?
  3. Hi@firstdefence , thank you very much for your input and it is very interesting your construction. I don't really have to fit the design into restrictive measurements. But the client's brief wanted something that "pointed" like a "direction" or "arrow" and had an R and an O. And out of several proposals that I have passed on to him he has stuck with the original drawing in this thread. Without going a bit off the topic of the post (I accept all possible ideas and criticisms), I see that you also used different segments and then joined them visually with colour. I think that joining independent nodes in two ways is quite complicated.
  4. @NotMyFault thanks again for taking the time to help me find a solution. Now your process is very similar to mine, I like to do this exchange of ideas, because we learn how we have different points of view to get to the same point. After trying many boolean options, I think I have come up with a possible solution, I would like to share it with you. The initial red part was only for differences between the two shapes. I have reduced the combination of shapes as simple as possible, I have highlighted the shape that really helped me to find a final solution by combining the start and end gradients between the donut and the highlighted shape, I pass you the possible final solutions. I don't want it to read as a P, but as an R. If you have any ideas or alternatives, they are welcome. Thanks again.
  5. Hi @NotMyFault, you have understood exactly what I want to do. My problem is the execution, maybe I want to use more exact values with perfect circles and mathematical relations in the size differences of the circles. For example the cut of the final line is another circle. Your solution is excellent, and you have solved the problem in a creative and immediate way. Sometimes we want to complicate our lives by looking for "golden points" "mathematical relations" etc, in the creation of a logo.Although my question remains, how to use "join nodes" from two different shapes to create a more complex one. I attach the linear construction for you to understand me a little more. Thank you for your help.
  6. Hi all, I am very new to handling independent shapes and the boolean options. I am trying to join two shapes, previously separated or subtracted from each other, because I want the bottom part not to join. It's a bit strange, attached as it should be the final result. After putting basic shapes together I have arrived at this: But now I need the circle to be divided from the bottom curve, something like this: According to the original drawing, I should make the complete curve and cut at the intersection. For example if I apply a gradient I can see the complete direction. I hope I understand and you can help me, thank you very much.
  7. Hello everybody. Any news about this bug? I have the same problems. Best regards and thanks.
  8. No habĂ­a visto tu respuesta, muchas gracias.
  9. @haakoo Excellent solution! And I'm sure I'll use it, but I'm left wondering if it's possible to rasterize layers with blend mode. Edit: With this technique I lose white in some parts of the fruit, like the apple. Thank you.
  10. Hi, thanks for answering. Excuse my English, it's translated. Attached document, the image of the Smoothie has a fusion of "linear underexposure", not to cut the image and streamline my workflow. I have placed underneath, a white ellipse with Gaussian blur to emulate a glow and thus better fuse. I think it's a quick method, since I have to make several flavors. What is my problem? I want to rasterize only the smoothie with the glow to use it in another application as a single image. And when I try to rasterize it AP disables my fusion and I'm left with a white box, which is what I try to hide. I hope you can help me, thank you very much. smoothies.afphoto
  11. Hello, This thread is closed two years ago, but I can't find any information about this, and @makolej has been answered internally. Please a public solution, thank you very much.
  12. Hello, I have the whole Affinity suite and my computer, but my question is this... One of the main features of Publisher was the integration of Designer and Photo inside. From there I can edit my illustrations or retouch some photography. That means that if I only get publisher, would I have the whole suite? Or wouldn't they work if I don't have AP and AD installed? Actually Publisher doesn't open an instance of AD or AP when I want to edit something, but does it inside his own App. I would like to understand if the App depends on the installation of the other two. Thank you very much.
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