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  1. Affinity iPad Student

    Smoke Brush where?

    Watching this video: At the 8:51 he pulls out a smoke brush, creating that dope ass effect. I noticed his brushes has numbers, ours does not. I also acknowledged, his brushes are organized in names, referencing the actual effect the brush is creating. Example, he went into the “smoke” category, for a good variety of smoke brushes. That organization and “at a glance” guidance, helps speed up workflow on a major level. Not wasting time, hounding down a particular brush, because it’s not organized by name, is a huge game changer. On iPad all we have is: Texture, Effects and other names, that I have no clue what they do. Would be better, if our brushes were listed like in the video I linked above. SMOKE BRUSH: If this smoke brush is not available on iPad, I presume, you guys will release it as purchasable content? I’m ok with that (company needs revenue to expand) just as long as it performs exactly like the video above or better. If we do have the SAME exact smoke brush as above in our current version of Affinity, would somebody be so kind as to guide me to its location? I can’t find it nor... do I know how to tweak an existent brush to produce effects like that. Any help would be greatly appreciated, Thanks.

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