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  1. Hello! I like how a Live Hue Mask can work in a similar way to Photoshop’s Color Range tool for selecting skin tones. It’s not perfect, but I can get a selection that’s 90 percent there. However, the other ten percent is the issue. Of course, you can remove elements from the mask with a black brush, but can’t paint in white. As such, what can I do to further build my selection other than refining the hue range? If there is nothing we can do, what is the best way I can select skin tones and mask it? AP2 seems to have nothing that’s suitable, which is frustrating. My typical use case is to mask skin, then apply a gradient map and pick suitable tones before moving on. In fact, I’m using Live Hue Masks to do this and also select complex textures like pet fur, flyaways, and other non-uniform elements. Thanks!
  2. Hello! This feature was mentioned in another (a bit unrelated) topic so I'm creating a new one to highlight it. This is just for Affinity Photo. A Live Mesh Warp Filter Layer would allow for the creation of complex product mockup images with embedded documents. For example, bottle labels or round cans. Thanks!
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