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  1. There is an effect that is quite trendy at the moment in surreal glitch art. Basically it creates brushstrokes in rainbow colours, that look like its melted. Here is an example: https://gramho.com/media/2367627673664145568 You can find an explanation how this effect is done here (at 3:30): https://youtu.be/layTiR7DoSg?t=209 In PS you need an empty layer above your image and a Hue Saturation Adjustment Layer on top. Then you paint with the Mixer Brush on the empty layer and the rainbow glitch magic happens. Can we do this in Affinity Photo ? If so, how ?
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