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  1. hello! as a user of clip studio paint, i was hoping to have a similar feature where (for my lack of a better term) there will be multiple "lines" or vector lines per layer. i think it's great that lines are separated every layer so I don't need to look for all the lines nor group them manually/automatically. Huh. come to think of it I don't even know if there's an automatic grouping. But i digress. It also might be because i haven't explored much of affinity designer but what I do is I keep connecting my lines using the node tool after every drawing. But that's exhausting. I enjoy all the apps! But as a comic artist, this feature is helpful for me. My suggestion is perhaps to have a "button" where we can click it to enable multiple lines per layer or do the default one (lines as layers). thank you!
  2. This started out as a conversation about the general experience girls have in the online gaming realm. I took and ran with it as a comic book cover.
  3. Fun with an old fashioned Creepy Magazine (70's) homage: Uncle Creepy Affinity Designer is a great tool for developing a natural media looking style while retaining vector edit-ability. This was done with vectors and custom intensity brushes similar to those in sets I have posted in the past. The vector structure and sketch (done with the great sketching but now defunct art app TabletDraw) can be seen here as well: One more Uncle Creepy
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