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Hello !

I really appreciate using Affinity Photo for making illustrations, however there is something that ruins its potential when coloring a lineart. Every other pixel editing softwares I tried (Photoshop, Krita) allows the user to extend the fill selection in order to spill the color to the middle of the lineart pen strokes (for instance).

I've attached a sample of the fill results made in Photo and in Krita, along with Krita's fill settings. The color is a different layer below the lineart layer.

This pretty basic feature would increase a lot the speed of coloring simple flat drawings.
Thank you in advance.

affphoto-req-fillextend2.png

affphoto-req-fillextend.png

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Modifying pixel selections (including growing/shrinking them) is fairly straightforward in Affinity Photo. Did you perhaps mean something else? :/

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