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Hi MxHeppa,

That link is talking about using the Paper Textures to fill a rectangle and not the brush.  You would draw out the rectangle, select the Fill Tool, change it's mode to Bitmap and then browse for the Paper Texture.

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12 hours ago, stokerg said:

That link is talking about using the Paper Textures to fill a rectangle and not the brush.  You would draw out the rectangle, select the Fill Tool, change it's mode to Bitmap and then browse for the Paper Texture.

@MxHeppa Study carefully the video in the Spotlight article beginning at about 0:20 seconds & you will see this being done.


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18 hours ago, R C-R said:

@MxHeppa Study carefully the video in the Spotlight article beginning at about 0:20 seconds & you will see this being done.

I tired understand it at least 5 times.

 

 

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11 minutes ago, MxHeppa said:

I tired understand it at least 5 times.

Have you tried doing exactly what the video shows or following the steps below the video?

For example, start by opening one of the DAUB® Watercolour Papers in Affinity Photo. You should find them in a folder named "Papers." Each one is a png file, for example the one named "DAUB_PaperTexture_008.png."

If you can find that file, open it in Affinity Photo. Don't place it in an existing document or copy & paste it into one, just open it like you would a png photo document. Then select one of the DAUB® Watercolours and Washes brushes & paint on the paper.

Can you do that much?


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1 minute ago, R C-R said:

Have you tried doing exactly what the video shows or following the steps below the video?

For example, start by opening one of the DAUB® Watercolour Papers in Affinity Photo. You should find them in a folder named "Papers." Each one is a png file, for example the one named "DAUB_PaperTexture_008.png."

If you can find that file, open it in Affinity Photo. Don't place it in an existing document or copy & paste it into one, just open it like you would a png photo document. Then select one of the DAUB® Watercolours and Washes brushes & paint on the paper.

Can you do that much?

 

1 minute ago, R C-R said:

Have you tried doing exactly what the video shows or following the steps below the video?

For example, start by opening one of the DAUB® Watercolour Papers in Affinity Photo. You should find them in a folder named "Papers." Each one is a png file, for example the one named "DAUB_PaperTexture_008.png."

If you can find that file, open it in Affinity Photo. Don't place it in an existing document or copy & paste it into one, just open it like you would a png photo document. Then select one of the DAUB® Watercolours and Washes brushes & paint on the paper.

Can you do that much?

yes and i can do colourful paper this way i make new document where i draw for example light yellow rectange and place paper top of this using overlay. and paint with own layer whivch is mixed with mulply then i think i get result what they mean at least pleasing result also pleasing when this paper is placed with multiply.

 

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Those are small textures for filling layers.

For this, you need to:

  1. create a rectangle or another form
  2. Select the Gradient/Fill tool and set the fill option to Bitmap
  3. Select a texture
  4. Resize the handles for the texture to be at the appropriate size

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