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  1. I have been looking at some of the photo enlargement and re-sizing software, and Genuine Fractals seems to be as good as any around, and works both standalone and as a plugin to photoshop. If I invest in this I want to be able to use the process in my workflow in Affinity Photo. Has anyone: tried Genuine Fractals and is it worth the money? is it compatible as an Affinity Photo plug in? Dave
  2. I've been using Affinity designer to make maps for a novel I'm working on. As one would imagine, it is quite time-consuming to draw a properly jagged coastline. What would make easier is if you could draw fractal lines, curves, and shapes like in ProFantasy's app Campaign Cartographer 3. I have attached a mock-up of some examples of what I have in mind for Affinity Designer's equivalent. Firstly, unlike CC3, AD's b├ęzier handles and corner tool would make fractal curves and corners far more versatile. As with the corner tool, fractal lines could be "baked" for more precise node editing. The actual jaggedness of the fractal could be adjusted for softer or harsher coasts depending on the effect one is looking for, and the line could also be smooth but wavy, which would be useful for drawing rivers. I'm sure that there would be many uses for this feature outside of mapmaking, and it would certainly make my job quite a bit easier as CC3's export functionality leaves a great deal to be desired. If fractals were added to Affinity Designer's already astounding features, it would save a huge amount of time when trying to make jagged shapes.
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    I've made two variations of the same logo using only my first and last initial. I'm looking for some feedback on which catches the eye better. P.S. Can someone tell me how to make a perfect equilateral triangle?
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