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Solomon Sevens posted a topic in Share your workMade using Affinity Photo.
Created a new tutorial to show you how to use the new lightning brushes you can find in the affinity store: Brushes >> https://affinity.serif.com/de/store/product/102-lightning-brushes/ Tutorial >> https://www.xresch.com/tutorial-create-electricity-and-lightning-effect-908/
Hi, I am trying to do a power duplicate while rotating an ellipse. the amount of rotation needs to be as precise as possible. I and trying to create seven ellipses in a perfect circle. The attached file shows what I am trying to do. I need seven smaller ellipses equally spaced around a larger ellipse. I have created one and changed its rotation point to the center of the larger ellipse. It works fine if I manually rotate it but if I enter a precise rotation value (51.428571429) in the transform panel, the rotation point is ignored and it just rotates around itself. Thanks.
In Affinity Designer, how do you control what actions are repeated when you duplicate? Say for example I have a rectangle: - I resize that rectangle, - I then alt drag to duplicate it - I then want to duplicate it again, so I press cmd J The rectangle is resized and duplicated, but that's not what I wanted in this instance (I just wanted it duplicated). Aside: I would have assumed the answer was "it's only actions that happened since the alt drag", but that doesn't appear to be the case (unless it's a bug).
affinity designer Human Power, Legacy & Supremacy
madeinxyz posted a topic in Share your workDear community, I hope you don't feel like I'm spamming the forum with all my threads. Today I'm sharing a project that I started today. It's going to be a series of animal illustrations who are in jeopardy of extinction. Most cases of total extinction are leading back to human interference and neglect. Raising awareness is one part, committing oneself to find proper solutions is the next. I hope, there are no grammar mistakes in this series. Hehe. English is not my forte. Anyways, critiques and feedback always welcome. Cheers, Mike