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Hello - new to affinity designer on the Ipad. I have my sketch drawn out using vector paint brush, and i would like to color in my portrait without having to paint each stroke. Is there a fast way to fill in the lines i drew with the color of my choosing? Fill Tool does not seem to be doing the job. I seem to be able to use flood fill for shapes made with a single stroke, but i cant seem to fill closed objects that I make with multiple strokes. For example when drawing a person, I would love to be able to fill their shirt, pants, beard, ect with my desired color. Thanks!
I do most of my drawing in Adobe Ideas on my iPad, which creates compound vector shapes, which I then use the Live Paint feature in Illustrator to fill in. It makes colouring extremely quick and easy. Is there already, or is there a planned equivalent for Affinity? It's basically the only thing stopping me from making the switch from Illustrator to this, as it's a really nice app otherwise. Many thanks!
There is this tool in illustrator that is very helpful called live paint bucket tool. i use it oftenly to help me color my lineart. I know that i can just create shapes underneath the lineart but it takes a long time. IF this tool existed i will gladly transition fully to Affinity Designer
Do this: 1. Launch AP. 2. New document. 3. Choose the Paint Brush and a color. 4. >> Note it says: "The assistant has added a new raster layer" 5. Close without saving. 6. New document. 7. Choose the Flood Fill tool (paint bucket) and a color. 8. Click on the page. 9. >> NOTHING HAPPENS. It does not make logical sense to me why the Assistant would assist me in auto creating a pixel layer for the Paint Brush tool but refuse to create a pixel layer when I click the Flood Fill tool on the canvas. Can someone explain the logic to me? If there is no sound logic behind it, I am inclined to submit a new feature request. (Keep in mind I am comparing my experience to Photoshop, where I don't need an assistant to create a paintable layer because a paintable layer appears automatically in Photoshop.) Thanks.