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Catalogue of free resources added to the Forum 1. Brush Library | 2. Asset Library | 3. Styles | 4. Information Brush Library Sample sets from personal 'Affinity Brush Project' 1. Current uploaded Samples from Brush Library (Forum Sets are not full library versions!) 2. Placed into categories for reference. 3. Ignored older sets/threads (4)...as have been updated by newer an better versions (Mostly relating to Texture Brushes/hatching and Dots) Texture Brushes Texture Brush Packs x12 [Organics]  Texture Brush Packs [Organics #2] [6 sets of 120 (720)] Organic Set #1
Project Brush Set 20 Pattern Brush Sets Updated the brush set to version 2 Changes/improvements as below Version 2.0 1. Removed old versions redundant now.. 2. All nozzles are now vector based replacing previous raster versions (as much as possible) 3. Replaced some of the older Base Patterns with some organics (set 04) 4. The old brush set was appearing darker and less intense with 1.7/1.8 update...I have fixed that with this version! 5. Updated the Sample sheets to latest layout (included ref to updated/new patterns). 6. Organised the sets into groups of 30 (Group 01
Can I cycle through brush nozzles before dabbing my canvas? If I go to the Affinity photo brushes panel. Spray-paints, Spray 7 brush has 7 nozzles. I want to dab my canvas with these sploshes. But Affinity Photo applies the 7 different nozzle splosh shapes randomly. So I do not have any control of how my artwork will look. I can rotate the brush nozzle using the left and right arrow keys. BUT! When several nozzles are available for one brush. Is there a way to cycle through the brush nozzles and choose a specific nozzle, before I dab my canvas?
I Have added a limited number of seamless (hopefully) pattern assets (30 in total) (import to asset Library) as a supplement to the Texture Paint Brushes: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/55202-texture-paint-brushes-group-1-4-120480/ and as a working asset library for creating vector patterns. (Found these really useful while working on the on-going Inktober artwork Conversions ) Usage 1. The patterns can be complex inside the rectangular containers but they can be broken apart for other use. (Like spreading a texture inside another obj