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  1. In this video, We are going to show you, how to create and import custom brush in Affinity Designer. You have to create some shape as well as you want, After creating your shape, Select all layer and export in PNG format as 'Selection without Background' and then import PNG image in brush menu as 'New Textured Image Brush'. I think this video tutorial will help you create a new custom brush in Affinity Designer. Thanks for Watching.
  2. I'm new to Affinity Designer and trying to create custom image brushes. The process seems very straightforward, but I can't seem to get it to work properly for my brushes. In my screen shot, I've illustrated the pattern I'm trying to make into an image brush. From what I've read and seen in video tutorials, the process is to make a black background with the area to be the actual brush white. I saved my image as a .PNG file. Done. Now, when I create the image brush everything appears to have imported properly. I sliced up the image to make the center repeat. That appears fine, as well. The problem I'm running into and can't resolve is how the brush always draws a black background and the white area will not change to a color no matter which color I select. I'm at a total loss as to what to do to correct this problem. I've tried removing the black background and making the brush white with a transparent background. That produces a brush that only paints in white. I'm sure there is something simple I'm missing, but I can't pinpoint exactly what it is.
  3. In this short tutorial of a user request, I'll show you how to create an incision/ cut info graphic in Affinity Designer 1.6.1 and how to use it in Affinity Photo 1.6.7 as an image brush or as a vector graphic with the place function. Keep on drawin' Norbert
  4. I'm trying to create a color pattern image brush that would have a transparent background, so I save as a png without the background. When I create the image brush and select the image, the color has shifted. Really apparent in the blue/teal color. Why?
  5. In this tutorial I would like to show you how to create a simple bicycle chain image brush with Affinity Designer. Even if the audio is in German I hope you can follow my way visually. Link to the tutorial Affinity Designer - Bicycle chain image brush [GERMAN] Keep on drawin' Norbert
  6. Hi, Does anybody know how to make a non-repeating image brush? By this I mean, if I make an image brush with say 50 items as indivdual images (for example 50 different numbers), when I use the brush I am trying to get the images (or numbers in this case) to be placed either one image after the other in order or randomly placed, but I don't want any images (numbers) to be repeated when I place less than 50 images in one stroke of the brush. All images must only be placed once per stroke of the brush. Does anybody know if this is possible? Regards, Paul
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