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  1. I've noticed an oddly significant amount of banding when using the Affinity soft (pixel) brushes with a stylus on desktop or Apple Pencil on iPad. These are basically plain round brushes with hardness set to 0. I realise that working in a standard 8-bit format would make this more apparent, but it does not do this in Procreate (iPad) or in Photoshop (Desktop) when in 8-bit, so this leads me to believe that there might be a bug/issue, or app configuration causing this. I've attached a screenshot for reference.
  2. Hey guys, how can I make eraser look better in this kind of example? https://i.imgur.com/CLj9bqd.mp4 The edge always looks messed up, doesn't matter if I change Opacity, Flow or Hardness. Any tips on how to make it work just like in Photoshop?
  3. I wanted to bring this issue some attention to the developers regarding soft brushes creating uneven gradients that are jagged between each value. The only way I have been able to find a fix to this is by switching the canvas to 16-bit mode (I work with RGB), but this also takes up a lot of resources, which can be quite taxing when I work on canvases at 6000 pixels or more. Here is an image comparing two gradients I painted with the exact same brush I use, but one was drawn while using 16-bit and the other with 8-bit. This particular problem does not exist in Photoshop. In Photo
  4. Dear all, I painted a shadow on bag surface with brush tool with transparent black color . The shadow wasn't smooth as the attached photo (look like to be painted with water color). How can I make a softer shadow? (I have posted this article at the "question" section a couple days ago but there is no reply so far)
  5. There's severe banding issues when using a standard soft brush and painting in a 8-bit document. I understand 16-bit gives more better gradients, however, when converting the document from 16-bit to 8-bit the brush looks great. See the attached image. Banding.afphoto
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