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  1. Hello, I did a dispersal effect with butterflies and it worked (lucky guess). I wanted to do the same with triangular figures made by myself, then exported on PNG files before being integrated as a picture brush. This time it doesn't work like with butterflies : I have a transparent square around my brush that prevents me from making the dispersion effect on the white mask (no problem for the black mask). I notice when I compare the butterfly's brush and the triangles' one a difference in "brush tip", the image is not displayed in the same way, yet I don't know how I did the first time to get my butterfly brush correctly. Do you know how to correctly set up the "brush tip" to make the transparency square of the brush disappear ? Pictures : Menu with the brush tip that causes the square of transparency : "Brush tip" image of the butterfly (without the transparency square). A test image to show you the difference between the butterfly brush and the triangle brush when I do the dispersion effect on two squares of different colours :
  2. Hey folks, I am currently testing AP for digital painting and illustration. I like a lot, but the outlined brush tips (desktop version) can be extremely disturbing: - they lag behind - some complex brushtips with large sizes hide subtle paintstrokes, so it is hard to see what I am painting under the cursor I didn't find a way to hide the brushtip completely. Is there one? If not please consider adding a user preference for that. On the plus side, I like the feature parity of desktop and ios versions. Being able to use the same brushes is also a huge advantage. Regards, Marin
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