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  1. Just purchased Photo and Designer and could use some clarification on a couple of things. Getting the free (thank you) included "Fine Liner Affinity Brushes" by The Artifex Forge brushes working was a bit of a challenge. Just double clicking them loaded them into Photo, not designer, because Windows has apparently associated the afbrushes extension with Photo, not Designer. I've since learned they don't show up in the Photo Brushes list because they're vector brushes and won't work. So why does Photo import them instead of serving up a dialog box explaining why it won't import them? More importantly to me right now: Since they don't show up in the Photo Brushes list, how do I delete them from Photo? The collection of Panels at the side is apparently called the Studio? It's nice that that can be detached from the main image window on its own, and resized, but it's mildly infuriating that selecting a panel within the studio immediately resizes it to its default width. Do I report that as a bug? Is there a toggle somewhere I'm not finding? The Studio maintains it's new width when resized while still attached to the main image window. Thanks. It's clear that these programs have a lot of powerful features, but there looks to be quite a learning curve.
  2. There are websites that offer brushes with .abr extension. How can you tell if the brush being offered is a vector brush or a raster brush? I downloaded a few and all of them turned out to be raster brushes which do not scale. I am a new AD user and I have 1.8.5 for Windows.
  3. Hey guys......so I was working on my new course...and got the the lesson on making brushes.....sooooo I had to amek some brushes. I made a set of fog/ smoke brushes in raster and a set of silky smooth stroke brushes for your vector applications. I have learned so much from the people on the site....I wanted to give back, so here ya go . I am working on new blog post and some new art using them....so I will keep you in the loop Feedback on them is always appreciated, I love making these sorts of tools Jeremy , www.7thseasonstudios.com Stroke brushes -7th season studios .afbrushes Smoke and fog brushes -7th season studios.afbrushes
  4. Illustration created with brushes with Affinity Designer
  5. I'm a recent convert to Affinity but I seem to have a problem with Affinity Designer on Windows. Assuming I have a new document and the first watercolour brush is set to a width of 100px, size variance 81%, opacity variance 100%. Select the first water colour brush and select the Vector Brush tool. (Context menu bar shows 100px width). Change the width in the context menu bar to 10 px. Paint a line (which appears at 10px wide, as expected). Type 'A' to select the node tool. The nodes in the curve are selected and the context bar correctly shows 10px: Click on the brush preview to the right of the fill and stroke to get the brush properties Click the properties button The brush properties dialog opens (called Brush - Document Defaults) with a brush width of 100px, size and opacity variance of 0% so it doesn't match either the selected stroke OR the document defaults! Start to change the Size Variance slider and the line in the document immediately jumps back to 100 px wide. So how do you change the properties (e.g size variance) of a brush stroke after drawing it without setting the other properties it back to other values? I assume that double clicking on the brush in the brush palette is supposed to edit the document defaults for that brush and that selecting the properties via the context menu bar should edit the properties for the selected brush stroke(s)?? Or am I doing something wrong? Thanks.
  6. 3 things that would save me a lot of time would be: 1. A "recently used brushes" panel. 2. When I select a brush and then adjust its size, the brush I'm using is no longer highlighted in the brushes panel. Sometimes I forget which brush I'm using, so keeping the brush highlighted would be very helpful. 3. Organization options in the brushes panel. When duplicating a brush, I would love to have all of the duplicates located directly below the original brush but slightly indented.
  7. I'm trying to just get a basic brush but everything that says 'reset' doesn't rest them (under more button and also under preferences pane)...any other ideas or is this a bug?
  8. Please add the ability to add pure vector based vector brushes based on vector objects for texture instead of PNGs. For now we can only add pixel based vector brushes. Being able to add pure vector brushes based on vector objects would allow us to create vector based textures and designs, which would be much easier to handle for any kind of (print) production. For example I tried to separate the colours to a spot colour PDF for screen print from this awesome work by Pierre Kleinhouse made for the Affinity Work from home series https://youtu.be/lL6gc8Oi2uw .afdesign file on DropBox: https://affin.co/LD2020PierreKleinhouse It was sort of a nightmare. I couldn't find a way to create a vector based spray texture within the Affinity Suite like in the second screen shot with the chimney. Expand stroke, working with spot colours, working with boolean operations ... a lot would be easier.
  9. Is there a way to create a Favorites folder in the Brushes Pane, where we could put Brushes without having to duplicate it?
  10. Who likes to play with snow? :) This are the two brushes I made and normally use (light snow and heavy snow) when I want to get that winter look. You can also check how I made the brushes and how to use them is this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlxXqCCx9AM Hope you enjoy them, Pedro Snow Brushes.afbrushes.zip
  11. Paint black on black like Pierre Soulages Affinity Photo beginners tutorial. In this Digitally Fearless Affinity Photo beginners tutorial I experiment with oil painting black on black in the style of artist Pierre Soulages. This tutorial can give you ideas on how to come up with creative and interesting backgrounds and artwork. It uses layers, 3d and lighting FX. https://youtu.be/1pYmtpC77ng
  12. Hello, a suggestion that has been on my mind for a long time: it would be really nice if one could sort the brush categories in the brush palette afterwards. That one can sort the brushes within a category is good so far. Please go one step further and make it possible to sort the categories itself. Maybe this is already possible and I just haven't found it yet. Cheers, Puck
  13. Catalogue of free resources added to the Forum 1. Brush Library | 2. Asset Library | 3. Styles | 4. Information Brush Library Sample sets from personal 'Affinity Brush Project' 1. Current uploaded Samples from Brush Library (Forum Sets are not full library versions!) 2. Placed into categories for reference. 3. Ignored older sets/threads (4)...as have been updated by newer an better versions (Mostly relating to Texture Brushes/hatching and Dots) Texture Brushes Texture Brush Packs x12 [Organics] [120] Texture Brush Packs [Organics #2] [6 sets of 120 (720)] Organic Set #1 | Organic Set #2 | Organic Set #3 Texture Brush Pack Fur Set 1 [120] Texture Brush Packs (Hatching Version 3) [60] {There are 120 in total} Updated to latest brush engine, multiple changes to nozzles including making use of rotation option in sub-brush Version 2 has been archived! Texture Brush Packs [Dots] [120] Texture Brush Dot Patterns [120] Texture Paint [Mixed Nozzle Raster Brushes] [Sample Set] Texture Paint [Mixed Nozzle Raster Brushes [Sample Set] [AD version 1.7] Test version of Sample set using 1.7 Brush Engine Texture Paint Effects [combined Brush Set] [AD version 1.7] Test version of Sample set using 1.7 Brush Engine | Combination set using Texture Paint 08 and Project Set 08 (Organics) Brush sets. Texture Painter The largest combined set consisting of: 6 groups of 120 brushes arranged as 4 x 120 brush sets [520] 2 groups of 120 small (textured pencils/brushes) [240] Also 1 sample set, Special sample set AD 1.7, Effects set Texture Paint Set #1 | Texture Paint Set #2 | Texture Paint Set #3 | Texture Paint Set #4 | Texture Paint Set #5 | Texture Paint Set #6 | Sample Sets (2) | Special (AD 1.7) Released: Texture Paint Brushes [Group 1-4)] [120 texture brushes] 30 sample brushes from each of groups 1-4 120 Texture Paint Brushes and 30 small textured sketching brushes Paint Brushes Set 1 Paint Brush Texture Sets 1 & 2 Nozzles Added some nozzles so you can make your own brushes or patterns! (There are 1000's of these) Nozzles:Texture Paint Brush Asset Library 01 [Nozzle Set] Pattern Brushes Pattern Brush Packs [120 Brushes] Set #1 Pattern Brushes Sample Set 2 [A] & Set 3 [A] [240 Brushes] Set #2 | Set #3 Pattern Brush Packs [Isometric] [60 Brushes] Environment Brushes Vegetation Brushes Set #1 [120 Brushes] Vegetation Brushes Set #2 [120 Brushes] Vegetation Brushes Set #3 [Version 1.7 only] [30 Brushes] Added experimental brush set for 1.7 brush dynamics Added second brush set that includes 'Sub-Brush Synchronisation' (Fixes visual appearance of brush panel and allows all brush nozzles to scale uniformly). Added suffix to brush set name Vegetation Brushes Set #4 [1.7 Brush Engine] [30 Brushes] Project Brushes 1. Project brushes added as library became a bit large! ...and easier to work with.... 2. Contains some reworked brushes but also 100's of new ones. (Set six for Poison is all new and the largest of the project sets [300 brushes;150 Raster, 150 Vector]) 3. Includes some vector sets...but not yet complete.....eek! 01 Project Brush Assets Hungry [Mixed Source]1[30 Raster] 02 Project Brush Assets Crazy Tree [Mixed Source]2 [30 Raster | 30 Vector] 03 Project Brush Assets Big-T [Mixed Source]3 [30 Raster | 30 Vector] Updated with new collection of nozzles (not on Forum) 04 Project Brush Assets Ammonite [Mixed Source]4 [30 Raster | 30 Vector] Updated to latest brush engine, multiple changes to nozzles and enhanced visibility Version 1.0 has been archived! Available through same links 05 Project Brush Assets Monster Club [Mixed Source]5 [30 Raster] Updated with new collection of nozzles (not on Forum) 06 Project Brush Assets Poison Set 6 [150 Raster | 150 Vector] Renamed 'Undergrowth' and updated to 1.7 + Brush engine. All nozzles now vector. Re-factored all vector and raster brushes with new nozzles and adjusted brush dynamics. Scrapped original vector brushes and a completely new set. Extended the original set with a new base vector brush set; Monochrome Pattern Styles; Vector Grunge assets: and seamless vector patterns based upon those styles Undergrowth Base Vector Brushes 30 Vector base brushes similar to Render I. Used as the basis for all 'Undergrowth' vector brushes Monochrome Styles based on Base Texture Seamless Patterns Assets: Compound Grunge Vectors for adding texture to objects 30 Seamless Vector Patterns that can be stacked, re-coloured, scaled or extracted as compound objects. Samples can be seen here 07 Project Brush Set Ink. (tutorial based on inkBrush Project can be found here: Creating Vector Brushes) Work in Progress sample sheets for inkBrush Project The largest of the Project sets Consisting of a 900 brush set collection with 350 supporting vector elements: 300 'Vector' based brushes 600 'Raster' based brushes (inc 30 stamp brushes) 350 Vector Assets for texturing objects 100+ Seamless Patterns 10 vector sets (Inking [30], Paint [30], Texture [30], Effects [30], Granular [30], Render [30] , Linear [30] ; Render [Texture] [30]), Render II, Linear II; 13 Raster Sets (Texture [60], Pattern (geometric) [60], Pattern (Organic) [30], Sketch [60], Draw [30], Hatch [60], Bristle [60], Stipple [60], Effects [60], Paint [60], Stamps (vegetation) [30], Splatter, Grunge) [30] 3 sub-Project Brush sets: Muddy, Prickly, Chop [not-completed] Supporting Vector Assets: Additional Vector Assets for Pattern (Geometric), Texture Brush [50], Texture [200], Grunge [50], Patterns[50] Released: Vector A. InkBrush - Vector - Render [30 Vector Brushes] B. InkBrush - Vector - Linear [30 Vector Brushes] C. InkBrush - Vector - RenderTexture [30 Vector Brushes] Raster A. InkBrush - Raster - Grunge (under project set 09) Vector Patterns A. InkBrush - Vector Patterns (compound paths) [50] B. InkBrush - Vector Textures (compound paths and placement textures) [50] 08 Project Brush Organics Set 8 [30 Raster Brushes] [Version 1.7 only] Project Brush set with 30 additional raster Nozzles;20 Brush Templates (Version 1.7) and 30 single nozzle raster brushes 09 Project Brush Grunge Set 09 (60 Raster Brushes) Added Set 09: 30 Raster Brushes Added Set 09 [INK]: 30 Raster Brushes; modified version of the inktober 2018 Project Set (modified brush dynamics) [Version 1.7 only] 10 Project Brush Assets Shy [30 Raster Brushes] 30 additional vegetation raster brushes (leaves) 11 Project Brush Assets Camouflage [180 Raster Brushes] Experimental set based on Camouflage assets with released sample set [30] and Paint [30] Project Brush Set with 6 Categories (Texture [30] | Bark Grunge [30] Leaves [30] | Canopy [30] | Effects | Paint [30]) Released: Raster A. Camouflage (Mixed Samples) [30] Set consists of 30 Brushes in total with 8 brushes from Leaves; Grunge Bark; Textures plus 6 from Canopy B. Camouflage:Paint Textures [30] Set of 30 Paint Brushes based on Camouflage Assets 12 Project Brush Vector Paint [60 Vector Textured Brushes] Vector Paint 01 | Vector Paint 02 | Vector Paint 03 60 shape masks with textured overlays partially based on inkBrush Render Released: Vector Set of 30 Vector Brushes compiled from 5 separate brush sets:Render II | Linear II and Vector Texture 01, 02, 03 13. Project Brush Ink Painter Ink [30] | Paint [30] | Shader [30] | Texture [30] | Mesh [30] | Sketcher [35] | Micro Pattern [30] | Linear [30] Grunge [30] Group set of raster brushes Released: Ink Sketching set to supplement Pencil Brushes inkPainter Sketcher [35] 14. Project Brush Organic Pattern Brush set to develop organic patterns and graphic styles using seamless patterns Organic Pattern 01 | Organic Pattern 02 | Organic Pattern 03 Organic pattern 04 | Organic Pattern 05 | Organic Pattern 06 180 Raster Brushes | >200 seamless patterns Released: Organic Brush Special Set An Experiment with variation on single base texture (30 Brushes) using limited nozzles and settings There is a small sample set for organic brushes Organic Brush Test Organic pattern Brush Set 01 30 raster Brushes with >15 vector based seamless patterns 15. Project Brush: Texture Pencils [30] 30 Raster brushes to mimic pencils for sketching with blend mode 'mostly' set to average 16. Project Brush Painter [60] 60 Raster Brushes defined in 2 sets: Painter | Grunge Painter These are based on InkPainter Grunge and inkPainter Paint but with adjusted Brush Dynamics for painting 30 Vector Brushes (Grunge Painter) Collection of vector based brushes build from vector textures used in original raster set Standard naming convention (mostly!) [vector and raster brushes share name] 1. Using the same nozzle structure (easy now as all vectors!)2. Balanced naming for easier reference - so vector/raster brushes have same name (well mostly!) 17 Project Brush: Concept Brushes Set of 30 raster concept brushes extracted and edited from previous brush sets (Organic | ink | InkPainter | Ammonite V2 ) 18. Project Brush: Monster Brushes [30] Set of 30 raster brushes based on a limited number of vector shapes used in backgrounds 19. Project Brush: #Inktober Inker Set of 60 Inking Brushes and includes: 21new inking brushes with large nozzles and manipulated through dynamics to create a ink pen/brush effect for line art (Grunge up your artwork!) and create a set that can be used as default for inking! Mix of Grunge | Texture Painters | Micro Pattern I Organics Textures and basic comic patterns Re-worked hatching and stipple brushes Asset Library Vector assets created and available in Resources section of Forum Free assets based on drawings saved into asset panel with supplementary explanation PDF (mostly!) Inktober 2017 1. Screech 2. Juicy 3. Poison Updated with Full set of Vector objects. Samples can be seen here 4. Shy 5. Filthy InkBrush Project Vector Assets Vector textures to supplement InkBrush Project 1. Geometric and organic pattern textures 2. Compound and placement textures 3. Nozzles Snowflakes 1. Snowflakes and construction assets Camouflage Project 1. Camouflage I 2. Camouflage II Rock Monster Project 1. Vector Texture Toolkit A vector toolkit for creating vector backgrounds without painting using raster brushes. Used in the Rock Monster Project. Consists of Styles | Vectors and construction layers. 2. Rock Monster Kit A vector toolkit (Version 1.0) for creating little Monsters! Contains textures and shapes for 10 pre-built designs but you can pick and mix..2 samples included. 3. Monster World Plants Vector Assets including Plant Shapes, Textures and Grunge Style Library Style assets created and available in Resources section of Forum Inktober 2017 1. United 2. Screech 3. Poison 4. Long Camouflage II 1. Pattern Styles I Set of 30 coloured patterns based on base textures for brush nozzles 2. Pattern Styles 2 Set of 30 coloured patterns based on base textures for brush nozzles Information 1. Pulled this from another thread...may find useful..... Issues relating to installing iPad Brushes: brushes on iPad and Loading IPad Brushes Tutorials and some excellent links.... These fantastic tutorials also very useful if you wish to explore creating your own..and have some fun at the same time. Managing Raster Brushes Managing Assets: @Frankentoon kindly created a video tutorial for installing AD assets including Brushes on YouTube. Brushes available here Creating your own Vector Brushes for iPad: at Affinity Spotlight Creating your own brushes for iPad at: Affinity Spotlight by @paolo.limoncelli: Paolo's Daub Brush Techniques acquire them here Creating your own Bristle Brush: Tutorial Creating and individual Vector Brush from @Mensch Mesch: Ivy Brush Creating Vector Brushes by @IsabelAracama: Custom Vector Brushes Creating vector (intensity and image brushes) Custom Vector Brush General process of creating Vector Brushes by Envato Tuts+: Everything You Need to Know About Affinity Designer Brushes Introduction to creating Vector brushes including method to extract vector based brushes from illustrator and convert to AD Vector (raster) equivalents Articles Linking Brush Libraries: Spoongraphics List of Affinity Brushes: Best Brushes for Affinity Designer Envato Tuts+ 25 of the Best Affinity Designer Brushes Installing Assets Help page to install assets into Affinity Suite https://affinity.serif.com/en-gb/store/resources-install-guide/ Others Custom Smoke Brushes Texture Brushes and Blend Modes Creating Vector Brushes (includes assets and 10 sample brushes) Creating Base Textures for Brushes Added a process information sheet outlining methods of seamless pattern creation that can be used for brush base textures and graphic styles
  14. When I first started using Affinity Designer, I wanted to create a field of stars. However, all my searches for "star field brushes" or "starfield brushes" lead me to tutorials on using granulated diffusion gradients to create the illusion of a dense background of stars. That wasn't want I wanted at all. I wanted a background of (slightly) cartoony stars against a black backdrop. Since I'm a hobbyist, with zero formal training, I didn't really understand how to ask for what I actually wanted. So ... I puttered and played with the tools and ... finally (after far more time than I'd like to admit), I figured out what I wanted. What I actually wanted, was: A Pixel Layer, Intensity Brush, with Multiple Nozzles. My work here is hardly complex, or spectacular, but it does provide a solution to the problem I was having, and I like to think that maybe it might also provide some help to others. So, in the hopes that others might find my brushes useful, or at least be able to use them to figure out how to make their own, here they are: Starfield brushes.afbrushes
  15. One of my students had all of her brushes in Affinity Photo disappear. She is unable to install any brushes. Any help? PM
  16. Hi can anyone please let me know the steps in creating a vector custom brush from an image in Affinity Designer? Please note the image i want to create the custom vector brush is attached herewith. Appreciate your support and assistance in this regards.
  17. Hello there, I was trying to enjoy using the Frankentoon Illustration brushes (on Windows Designer) but every time I switched back and forth between eraser and one of the more complex brushes I had to reselect and therefore reset brush size and changes I've made to the brush. After some testing I figured out the texture option is causing this problem because the textures won't get applied after switching back to the brush tool. However if I press "Invert" twice in the texture brush settings the brush works as intended again, but that just kills my workflow so is there any fix for this? I couldn't find anything about it after skimming the forum. Explanation of the pictures: 1.: stroke with brush; 2.: switch to eraser and erase a bit; 3.: switch back to brush and do another stroke After some more testing I found that this issue only occurs in brushes with more than one Texture applied, also non- Frankentoon brushes are affected too (tried with "Watercolours" defaults). I'm running the latest stable designer build on a AMD Ryzen 4700u, 16GB RAM Kind regards, RK
  18. I felt like wanting to give something back to the community, so I created a free to use starter pack for artists who want to get into Affinity but don't know where to start. This brush pack contains a mixture of hand made brushes as well as brushes I like to use from Affinity's own collection. FDK's Artist Brushes Starter Pack.afbrushes A bunch of them are standard bread and butter brushes that are expected from a typical art program. Since I have been a long time Photoshop user I have done my best to recreate the typical round brushes that are used for painting, whether they are hard or soft brushes (also including a couple of square brushes). There are also some other custom brushes I have made to speed certain things up while working on concepts and such, like a chain brush, multiple hair brushes, and more. It also contains Affinity specific brushes I particularly like and are there primarily to add some extra texture to your work in the various stages of a production, whether it is sketching, painting in textures, or specific tools like the Smudge Brush Tool and Sponge Brush Tool. Here are some examples of what you can do with the brush pack: I hope you enjoy! Happy brushing! --- This brush pack has been approved and endorsed by the original owners of the brushes I picked out from their hand tailored collections. Credit for these brushes go to the Serif team behind the Affinity Suite and Paolo Limoncelli (DAUB), the artist behind the brushes. Thanks for your support!
  19. Dears my project is 3000x2000 points and has over 200 vectors and several reference images in that, the project file was always about 20 mb. I then decided to add some textures and grain so I switched to the pixel persona (I’m new to that) and add about 10 pixel layer where I used several different brushes. The project file suddenly reached 500mb which is a lot to save and backup on cloud drives. how is that possible? Few pixel layer can make such difference? Is there a way to downsize them since they contains only grain and light textures, no real details? What is the best approach with pixel layers to avoid that? thank you very much!
  20. Hello my friends...! Here are a few more star brushes for you. They come in a subcategory called "Stars 2 by Volker Krenz" Have a lot of fun ... Stars 2 by Volker Krenz.afbrushes
  21. In Affinity Designer, under the vector persona, on a vector layer, using the vector brush I have the option of using some pencil brushes. Are these truly vector? I draw a line, the line itself is editable but is it truly generating vector texture or applying raster texture to my vector line work? IF say, I want to create hand lettered logos in vector with a realistic pencil texture is this the way to go or will that texture actually be unscalable raster? I’ve tried selecting drawn lines and “creating curve” and “expanding stroke” but either way, it just looks like the texture is not converting to a shape, instead it appears raster... Any insights appreciated! Thank you!
  22. Hallo zusammen, in Affinity heißen alle Pinseldateien *.afbrushes, wie erkenne ich die Designer-Pinsel für Konturen, von den Pixelpinseln. Ich habe mehrere *.afbrushes Dateien in einem Ordner von denen einige für Affinity Photo sind und ein paar für Affinity Designer, wie kann man diese auseinander halten, oder hilft da nur ausprobieren? Bekommt man eine Fehlermeldung wenn man die falsche Pinseldatei versucht zu importieren? Gruß Dieter
  23. It's what the topic title says, the further you zoom in, the slower the brushes becomes. If you're zoomed way out brushes perform between well to acceptable, depending on their complexity. As you keep zooming in, the performance drops further and further until they're unusable. This is true even for basic round brushes, but it's more noticeable in complex brushes, such as Frankentoon's. I've also noticed it's worse if you're drawing over vector shapes, which is the whole point of these brushes. See the video for a visual reference. iPad Pro 9.7" with latest version of iOS 12.4 and Affinity Designer 1.7.1. I've tested and this also happens on Windows, the more you zoom the worse the brushes perform. But on Windows, especially on a desktop machine, the sheer processor power masks the issue. Thanks! RPReplay_Final1565346075.mp4
  24. When iam using my huion h950p graphics tablet it was very laggy with the brushes and also the performance ..why is it so slow ..please improve the prformance of brushes while using using them with pen tablets ..still not impressed by affinity photo ..and also i cannot fully switch like these issues still on. Please make a update which fix mainly this issue . So many creators use designing softwares with graphics tablets.
  25. Here is my issue. I've been starting to learn digital art, as a random hobby, so don't worry if there is a lot of fine detail involved in solving my question or if "just find what works for you" is the proper way to go, please just try and give me an answer to the following question, as I'm sure others have struggled with this before and the solution probably isn't that hard, I just can't find it. I included the settings for the most important brush at the end of this post, both for PS and Affinity. Problem: I downloaded some Photoshop brushes for digital painting and they feel great in photoshop but nothing like that in Affinity Photo. I know I have to tweak settings, but I'm feeling lost. I don't necessarily want to keep these brushes, if anyone can show me what Affinity brushes would help me do the same thing, I would consider that a solution. (Technically, I may be able to do the same thing with the regular hard brush but I also can't figure out the right settings for it to feel the most natural way possible) Basic actions I want to carry out: Digitally sketching on my ipad, digitally shading a greyscale base for painting over, digitally painting + blending + refining the art. These are the brushes I downloaded. This is what the brushes feel like in photoshop: https://imgur.com/a/5SHKv2U - It feels natural, pressure sensitivity makes sense and the "paint" builds up over time, both from pressing harder and from lifting up and going back down (aka. opacity). Overall this feels like what you see any artists on youtube using, be it a regular hard brush or a super custom brush, the general "feel" seems to be what im getting in this video. However, this is what they look like in Affinity Photo: https://imgur.com/a/kh4bfAH BRUSH SETTINGS Photoshop https://imgur.com/a/VkzHfpH Affinity Photo https://imgur.com/a/ANDVhLX Thanks everyone!
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