I am having trouble with vector brush with pressure controller on. The initial down stroke would be broken looking if I apply pressure. This is irregardless of size variance %.
It looks like the first node is always much lighter pressure / thinner then is followed immediately by a 2nd node with the heavy pressure / thicker, and the rendering of the two so close to each other goes haywire.
I am using iPad pro 11" and Apple Pencil.
Ok, thank you. Seems Designer for iPad doesn't register this type of file. I'm logging this to be looked at. With Affinity Photo installed this file type is recognised correctly (including in Designer for iPad). Thank you for your help.
As a Fine Art Printmaker who uses Computer Design tools to create prints for Screen Printing, Lithography, and Intaglio, CNC woodcut, it would be amazing if
I could separate colors and control half tones size shape (line, dot, etc) and color.
I imagine being able to work in CMYK layers and being able to apply color halftones to shapes based on percentages, or change the size and shape of the individual color channel half toning.
It could be applied in any document setup really
RGB document with a simulated color / spot process: Red, Yellow, Blue, Purple, Green, Turquoise, Grey and control the halftone percentage, size and shape.
grey scale: black, 25% grey, 15% transparent white
LAB would be fun, you could control the lightness darkness of the halftones maybe have an option to constrain the gamut inside of lab to a specific set of colors like CMYK but still have lightness control.
In my imagination the possibilities are endless for options like this.
"MOONSHOT" : to have RIP like printing control inside this program, where I wouldn't have to worry about the printer I am on to get circular halftones (this might be next to impossible but I am ignorant when it comes to the programming side of hardware interactions) this would be just insane and might require a new type of universal file format I have no idea but it's something I dream about, being able to go to Kinko's or some other local digital print shop and be able to print out my files without having to worry about the print shop getting the settings right in their computers and on their printers, the employees being inept, or any other stupid thing that happens because you don't have enough money to buy the hardware that you need.
"MOONSHOT": A new type of color selection palette based off of a Warm/Cool, light/dark, transparent/opaque
warm adds red
cool adds blue
lightness adds white
darkness adds black
transparent/opaque self explanatory
but the twist is you pick initial colors as a base and those colors become the colors you base rest of the interactions between the colors on like paint
Here is a shorthand RGB two way conversion to Paint/Ink color palette equivalent
Red (Pantone Uncoated 032)
Yellow (Pantone Uncoated 123)
Blue (Pantone Uncoated 300)
Purple (Pantone Purple)
Green (Pantone Uncoated 354)
Turquoise (Pantone Uncoated 312)
Grey (Pantone Cool Grey 8)
100% opacity White
15% opacity White
mixed or printers black (R 54, G 54, B 57)
now imagine you have picked these colors as your initial palette and have set them inside of a grid
each color has the same basic controls
warm/cool: add red/add blue
light/dark: add white/add printers black
transparent/opaque: increase decrease transparency/opacity
Now for example you activate the red, white, and yellow channels
you now adjust warm/cool light/dark transparent/opaque sliders around to just work within the constraints of those colors selected from you base palette
this gives you a sub palette of yellows oranges and reds based of your real world/RGB equivalents