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  1. Been an Illustrator user for 25+ years and began using Designer recently. I was hoping that we would get vector brushes in V2, the real kind like in AI. With that said I will have to try and create brushes with PNG files. Since these are resolution dependent (bitmapped) what is the work around to keep these PNG files, that are masked within a vector drawing, from looking so pixelated if I have to resize elements within the poster? Is there a "best practices" resolution for the PNG file when creating to keep the PNG file as crisp as possible? This would be for print output at sizes up to A0/A1. Have been looking for a definitive answer on the forum but could not find. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Hi all, I need help making a proper square or any shape with perfect sharp corners/strokes. I can’t find out how to do so - am I missing something or is this a limitation of Photo’s engine? Please see the attached screenshot. Anything drawn has round corners, even the Pen tool and the Pixel brush! The only way I can get sharp corners is to import a vector object but even then it’s borders lose opacity and it doesn’t look right.
  3. Every single brush in Pixel Persona is too pixelated, with jagged edges. I do not want to use the Vector Brush, as I like the feel and workflow of the Pixel mode. I’m hoping to replace Procreate with this app, but these jagged brushes are not awesome. I’ve attached screenshots of the document at 100% and at Fit. I’m using an iPad, with latest software update. Anyone else experienced this?
  4. Hello everybody, I tried searching for such a topic and did not find one. My problem is that once I do a stroke with a Pixel Brush I can not modify its opacity after the fact. Is there a way I can do that? Or is this a bug of my version of Affinity Designer for iPad. I have the iPad Pro 10.5" I have attached a video of the problem. I have been learning and am very pleased with Affinity Designer and I wish to continue developing my skills Thank you! Boyan RPReplay_Final1571232327.m4v
  5. Hello All, Im having a difficult time with brush selection. How can I copy pixel brush styles to the vector brush styles? Additionally, when editing between vector brushes and pixel brushes. It is inherently impossible to figure out as the user that vector and pixel brushes carry the same functionality. Since navigating between vector and pixel personas, do carry some functionally with the same tools. It would help if the assistant or some message displays that there is some limitations when trying to make a change to a shape with the wrong brush option. I mean, color, stroke and fill all seem to work across personas and do not require an additional gui to display to change properties. Thanks,
  6. Do we have this? Just probably under a different name that I’m not aware about (daub or something)? Thanks
  7. Hi all! Im creating some new raster brushes for use in pixel persona, i'd like to know what your thoughts are on the best dimensions. So far i've been making my document dimensions 1000px by 1000px (300dpi), would you say this is big enough for everyone to be happy or should i make it bigger? thanks a bunch
  8. Hi everyone, I'm totally new to graphic design. I've been working on a portrait for a couple of days, teaching myself the basics of AD as I go. Currently I'm trying to create a pixel layer so that I can use the pixel brush to add some highlights onto my subject's face. I have already used this method once to add some shading, which went well. However, when I now go to do the same thing for highlights, the indicator showing where my brushing will be applied appears to have a tracer circle that follows the main circle around, and when I try to add the highlight color, instead the brush tool removes the original fill color from the object that I am trying to highlight (please see attached screenshot). Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong, or help me figure out how to fix this? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Have a great day! Ryan
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