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Hi,

Is there any way to create for example a square and change the stoke thickness only at the bottom of the square in Affinity Designer?

Regards & Thanks,

David

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You could try and adjust the stroke pressure graph, but it would be fussy. More work than I'd want to do. Easier to make a square, and group it w. a thicker pen line.


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Maybe by using the Transparency Tool?
Your question is a little vague

 

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1 hour ago, gdenby said:

Easier to make a square, and group it w. a thicker pen line.

Or make two rectangles (one square and the other slightly oblong) without strokes, and position the smaller one on top of the larger one.

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"Multiple stroke thicknesses in one shape" - no. 


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10 hours ago, All Media Lab said:

Is there any way to create for example a square and change the stoke thickness only at the bottom of the square in Affinity Designer?

What PixelPest showed except squaring off the pressure profile is the closest thing possible for what you ask.  But it's not perfect for sure.  Hard to get rid of the artifacts in the corners.  The 2 rectangles or a rectangle and a mask look better.

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