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  1. Hello out there, I would be *very* sorry, if that question is already sufficiently solved/answered. But I do only find the same *question*/feature request: How do I colour grayscale tiffs or 1-bit (= b&w) tiffs in AFPub? For professional designers this seems to me a rather vital feature: creating a picture frame inserting a grayscale/1-bit tif in that frame activating the *frame* –> allocating the *background*/frame a certain colour (e.g. red) activating the *picture* –> allocation the picture/content an other colour (e.g. yellow) voilà! You have a two colour logo or even more, by working with gradients, a colourful result! the same to 1-bit/b&w-pictures ("bitmaps"): Every black&white tiff has a *transparent* (because "white") background every black pixel in a b&w (1-bit) tif can be allocated any colour. voilà! :-))) Is there a tutorial for it? I would be very pleased, if that *very important* feature has been realized in AFPub since the first question for it in 2018! Best wishes to your for 2023! Johannes
  2. Hi. Looong time Photoshop user here, my first PS came on floppy's. I still use Adobe professionally at work but I wanted a cheaper photo editor at home. An alternative who isn't bogged down with options I never use / touch. So Affinity it was! Black and white colorization was on my bucket list for a long time. So I used it to learn Affinity Photo. Learning new techniques along with new software is generally not a good idea. But AP passed on all fronts. I like it so much I even use it as my personal photo editor. I'll update this thread from time to time if it's appreciated.
  3. Hi! Started to learn Affinity. I don't know how to make colouring in between multible pencil curves. It worked when I made single curve but if my area is between 4 curves, how to do it then? Please check attachment. I tried to find tutorials from youtube but... Thank You to everybody who tries to help me! Wagner
  4. Whats the fastest way to trace and colour in please. Thanks for you're time in advance..
  5. Hi, I am trying to add colour inside my drawing and I can't figure out how to do it. Any advice? Thank you I attach the drawing I want to make the shirt yellow and the pants blue. Untitled 59.pdf
  6. Hi everybody, I've created this book reading slug. The drawing is to be used as a colouring page for free download at a website for kids. I really like the abillity to draw using the pen tool and then add the pressure feeling afterwards :)
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