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Hello sir, 

I'm so sorry if this is already request by other users, i tried to search but couldn't find if i'm searching in right way. 

Is there any plan for Mesh tool like we have in Adobe Illustrator.  

Please see the attachment. thank you

Pardon again if i'm asking a duplicate question. 

 

 

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@mfarooqiIt has been requested already and it is badly missed. I am currently working on a  ew posters with rather complex shadows and light sources (a very common scenario in the real world) hitting various objects and surfaces, and it simply made no sense to try to make them in Affinity Designer. I have to make them in Adobe Illustrator although I would have enjoyed making them with vector objects and bitmap effects in Affinity Designer.

So I am trying to make ONE poster in Affinity Designer. The simple 2D flat design poster. A man needs a little variety in his life or he stagnates.

The new organic gradient tool in Adobe Illustrator is awesome too. I hope Serif has an idea for a similar alternative gradient tool. The mesh grid is sometimes a pain to work with but also a joy when the grid works in your favor. You need both gradient tools though.


"Men are like sheep, of which a flock is more easily driven than a single one."

"Experienced vector artists and infographic designers will find a noticeable lack of the more advanced tools found in Illustrator CC." (source)

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