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  1. I want to create a path of rectangles in Designer, but right now when I draw using the brush I created, the rectangles become curved to follow the path. I want the rectangles to follow the curve but remain parallel, 90-degree rectangles. In my attached jpg you can see two paths I created. The top path is by using the new brush I created. The lower path is by my manually lining up rectangles. The bottom path example is the look I am after, but it is way too tedious to build. How can I get the look of the lower path but build it efficiently? I have many paths in different colors I want to create to make a Ticket to Ride board game. Thanks for any help! Karenq
  2. Making available new set of isometric Raster Pattern Brushes some of which were used in the creation of 'Tin Man' 6 Packs (60 Brushes) Initial Brush Size to 100px Added 2 A4 sample sheets for reference [PDF] Enjoy! PB ISO PATTERNS Set 1-01-03.pdf PB ISO 01 P 01-03.zip PB ISO PATTERNS Set 1-04-06.pdf PB ISO 01 P 04-06.zip
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