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  1. Hi, I'm new here and I unfortunately haven't found an answer to my question in this forum. For a recent project I tried to use pressure sensitivity in AD for ipad - choosing vector brushes first. I switched from a texturized brush (which I had troubles to export - black squares - image 1) to a more clean vector brush. This seemed to be fine at first, but when I zoomed in I realized it was flawed too (image 2). Same with the vector pencil, using pressure sensitivity (image 3). When I was using the vector pencil without pressure sensitivity for past projects, I never had PDF/EPS export problems. What am I doing wrong? (Btw: The final image will be printed on a large wall, so it's necessary to get all the details right.)
  2. I've been using both Affinity Photo and Designer for a few years now, both with an old WACOM bamboo create which has served me pretty well (no outstanding issues whatsoever!), but I just got a brand new 2048 sensitive tablet as a gift (Adesso Cyber Tablet T12), and I've been having a hell of a time trying to figure out what is going wrong with the sensitivity settings in Photo. I've gone through the Tablet driver settings (all the most recent) and the sensitivity is definitely working on the Tablet itself, but despite updating everything to the most recent versions for both my computer and Photo, the pen just doesn't register the pressure sensitivity properly. While it does register pressure, it's so weak that I have to legitimately push down to get any lines out of a brush with pressure turned on, despite the sensitivity being turned on to maximum through the driver set up. Non pressure sensitive brushes draw and track fine, and I can lightly tap to select menu items without any issues, but for some reason the brushes themselves just will not work properly. And this is the same with Affinity default brushes as well as custom Photo and Photoshop brushes. I've gone through everything to try and find a way to boost sensitivity to the brushes, but I haven't found anything. Is this a hardware-to-software issue I'm just going to have to hope gets solved at some point, or is there anything I'm missing that would help?
  3. Is pressure sensitivity for brush stroke variation enabled with the Affinity Designer free trial? Not getting any variation with this free mac trial. I've played around with brush width and size variance. Using a Wacom Intuos 3. Thanks in advance.
  4. Over the weekend, I updated Affinity Photo to it's latest version, 1.6.6. Upon opening the program after I reset my computer, something felt off when I wanted to use a few of the standard brushes. The way the pressure sensitivity worked felt different, but I just supposed it was my Wacom tablet acting odd. I went into my settings and made sure that the pressure sensitivity was in check and the pen was calibrated but Affinity Photo was still acting odd when it came to drawing with the brushes. Even after resetting my computer again it still acted this way. I opened up a few different art programs to make sure it wasn't the tablet and yes, it's definitely something wrong with Affinity Photo. It's hard to describe the error without showing it or having you draw with the brushes yourself, but the brushes seem to start it's thinnest and work its way to it's thickest when it should be the opposite. Other times, it seems to just come out as one long, pressureless line. It seems like a minuscule problem, but as an artist, it makes drawing feel stilted and awkward. If anyone knows why this problem is happening I'd greatly appreciate it. I have a Wacom 22HD touch Creative Pen Display driver version 6.3.19-6. I use a Mac mini * Edit- it's worth noting that I've downloaded a trial version of affinity photo 1.6.6 with the same problem
  5. I've got an older Wacom Intuos 3 tablet and pen that fails to incorporate pen sensitivity on my Affinity Designer files. I've installed the most current Wacom Driver (3.15-2) for use with the most current version of El Cap (10.11.2). The pen and settings work fine in PhotoShop CS4 (using the brush in a layer) but in Affinity Designer. I'm new to Affinity Designer and am wondering if the lack of pen sensitivity is due to old equipment being used in a new program, or if I am missing something to be set in the brushes panel. If the problem lies with the brush settings, will you please direct me to a way for learning about correcting the settings. Many thanks!
  6. I would like to know if you can make a brush created with a graphics follow the pressure curves, like you can with a mouse? As I really like the appeal of the thin tip and thick middle. When I draw the lines with a brush, it obviously creates it's own pressure curve based on the true pressure, is there a way to disable this, so that it follows the saved pressure curve under the stroke settings?. Stroke pressure curve settings Desired line quality (drawn with mouse) A Line drawn with a tablet under the same settings
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