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  1. Hi Affinity Forum! I'm fairly new to Affinity and having been learning as I go since buying it over the summer, but I have come across a hurdle that I need some help with. I'm in the early stages of founding a new online wine startup (caminodelvino.co.uk) and I have been practising and playing around with my photo and editing skills in the run up to launch. Using a mini home studio as my setup, I've managed to edit a photo (see wine photo attached) to an acceptable level so far and recently, used the healing brush tool to edit out the crease line on my backdrop so that it looks more 'professional'. I have three questions: 1) is there a better alternative to using the healing brush for the removing background creases or folds? 2) if not, is there anyway I can make it non-destructive to the photo at all, or is this likely to be a last decision editing job in any circumstances? 3) As much as blue is a nice colour, it isn't the backdrop I'd like to use for my wine on my website. I have alternative backdrop colours, but I was wondering if there is anyway I can lay over a full background colour (RGB Hex #FEF0E2) to be more inline with my companies colour palette, whilst retaining that 'professional' photo look about it (i.e slight shadow effect etc. - see shoe photo for example). Any help would be greatly appreciated thank you!
  2. I have tried reading the other posts on getting the brush to work and I have tried several things. I reset brush. Checked and protect alpha is unticked under "more" everything appears to be normal I have selected a pixel layer Any other suggestions would be much appreciated I am on Mac, OS 10.15.4 Thanks!
  3. Hello Forum :) Is there a way of switching OFF the smoothing on the Vector brush tool? It makes freehand drawing a little too automatic for me. I want all the imperfections of my line drawing. ;) I have the same request for the iPad version... I could not find anything in the settings either.
  4. Pen latency has been on my mind since the new Surface Pro and iPad Pro were announced. I enjoy drawing in Affinity Designer with the brush tool, and I really like some of the fancier brushes, but the appearance of new lines always lags behind my drawing pretty drastically. When using elaborate brushes, would it be practical for Affinity Designer to draw a plain, unstyled line under the stylus immediately and then draw the fancy brush version over it?
  5. Hi everybody I wanted to report something anoying when you need to draw precisely (for inking work). The cursor of the brush tool is full of the color you are actually using. If you want that big dot to disapear, you have to start drawing (with a tablet), so that the cursor's size shrink according to the ammount of pressure you give . So it's difficult to place precisely the beginning of your paint stroke. (see screenshot at the bottom, the cursor disapeared when i took the screenshot, so imagine it on top of the black circle) Is there is a way to change the cursor's behaviour, i didn't find it in the settings. To sum up, what would be great, would be just to leave the cursor empty when you're not drawing. thanks for your great work!
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