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  1. I was making a logo from multiple shapes... and came up with a lot of garbage on the stage. I thought may be it happens so I tested other software.. Xara there everything was quite smooth with nothing extra on stage. To do this.. create multiple circular shapes or only circles randomly positioned overlapping each other. Select them all add vector color+some visible thickness Hit "Divide" now start moving shapes apart.. you will see a number of leftover garbage stuff on stage. Please take a look on video to understand it more clearly what I mean. 0000-1610.mp4
  2. whenever i devide 3 or more shapes with one another the result i get is a whole bunch of gory cruves (image) using the rounded rectangle tool with thecorner set to 50% inflicts the same weirdness creating a shape of only 'smooth points' again creates the gore, as well as deviding shapes with sharp points. can people recreate this? is this a known bug? often when i try to combine all the curves the program crashes.
  3. In this tutorial I'm gonna show you how to draw a simple paper clip in Affinity designer. In the first step we will draw the single paper clip as a curve and will use the actions break curve and join curve. With the pen tool we will extend the curve so that it looks like a real paper clip. In the second step (8:18) we will link two paper clips together. Therefor we will use the function expand stroke and the operations devide and add. In the third step we will use a rectangle as a clipping mask to create the drawing for the closed paper clip brush (12:38). At 16:12 I'll show you how to export the paper clip drawings as transparent png files. Creating different brushes in AD and AP will been shown at 18:05. https://youtu.be/Iaq7lmSsVoA
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