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  1. Hello everyone ! I have recently started to do some glitch art , and for this i tend to use displacement maps quite often since they blend textures and colors well . However I noticed that when exporting the results differ quite a bit , in this case the displacement effect seems to be "milder" in the export than in the actual work : While working : After exporting :
  2. I just started trying out Affinity Designer and I was trying to "ink" some pencil art I scanned in. I'm using the "brush" tool with the variance set at 100% trying to get good varied line widths. I trace the line and the preview, as I'm drawing the line, looks correct but when I lift my stylus, it's nothing like the preview. It's either all thick or it snaps back to being a thin wispy line. Even changing my sensitivity in the Wacom preferences doesn't seem to help much. Am I missing something? I'm using a Cintiq Companion Hybrid and also trying it with a Wacom Intuos Pro. Same thing happens on both. Macbook Pro 15" (late 2011) with 16GB RAM running Yosemite (completely updated)
  3. Hi, I have attached a screenshot of one of the inconsistency once you activate the retina mode document. A lot of confusions happens in a lot of UI part between pixel / point sizes. In this case, while you draw / resize the shape, you will see it's 40px (which is true), but the transform tab will report only 20px. I think that the transform is prob in pt unit but showing PX instead. Because the shape is prob 20 pt wide but it will be 40px in retina.
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