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  1. First This is an Mac Affinity Photo question not a vector stroke line using pressure setting. Is there any way to make a brush that will taper at both ends automatically? What I am hoping for is a brush that after I draw a line it automatically tapers both ends. I see this kind of brush in other software. I know this could be achieved with my tablet and size by pressure but that is not what I'm looking for. Thank you for all help.
  2. I appreciate much how easy it is to create my own brushes and I am trying to create a collection of Texture Intensity Brushes to be used with my illustrations. What I am trying to achieve is "dirty" outlines. I don't like my drawings to be too clean and smooth. I am slowly getting there but I wonder why I cannot set these brushes to be tapered off in both ends like the solid brushes? Is there any reason for it or will it be added? I'll attach two screenies which may help to explain...
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