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This morning I was playing a little bit and created a set of droplet assets. Then I thought: "why not share them on the Affinity Forum?". So, here they are.

To install them, make sure the Assets panel is visible (View - Studio - Assets). From the little menu icon that is visible on top of this panel, select "Import Assets…".

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Happy to learn that people are enjoying these assets.

Here's a tip: if you add a 'Sphere' adjustment, like shown below, you can make the droplet a tad more realistic because it slightly distorts the underlying surface. Playing with the Intensity slider helps making this effect stronger or weaker. 

Of course, you can then re-save the assets for future usage.

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First dive into Publisher. Got the asset loaded and onto a page. How do I add a sphere adjustment please? This is how far I got

 

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16 hours ago, Johan55 said:

First dive into Publisher. Got the asset loaded and onto a page. How do I add a sphere adjustment please?

This sort of filter is part of Affinity Photo (see here) and not APub, so you would have to apply that via switching over to APh (as far as you have the APh app too).

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2 hours ago, v_kyr said:

This sort of filter is part of Affinity Photo (see here) and not APub, so you would have to apply that via switching over to APh (as far as you have the APh app too).

Or switching to the Photo Persona in Publisher (again, if you also own Affinity Photo), which is easier than switching to the Photo application.

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46 minutes ago, walt.farrell said:

Or switching to the Photo Persona in Publisher ...

"... switching over to APh" already implies all possible ways here, so naming again just one of the explicite ways is pretty redundant!

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30 minutes ago, v_kyr said:

"... switching over to APh" already implies all possible ways here, so naming again just one of the explicite ways is pretty redundant!

Thanks, but to me "switching over to APh implies Edit in Photo, or starting Photo and Opening the file, because APh is the abbreviation for the Affinity Photo application. I prefer to be more explicit.

Edited to add: Also, there are Affinity Photo functions that can only be accomplished in the full application, and cannot be done in the Photo Persona of Publisher, which can cause some additional confusion in some cases if one is not specific. (This is not one of them, though.)

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10 minutes ago, walt.farrell said:

...but to me "switching over to APh implies Edit in Photo, or starting Photo and Opening the file, because APh is the abbreviation for the Affinity Photo application...

Honestly, using your switching terminology "switching to the Photo Persona in Publisher" IS redundant and unnecessary here, first since the Photo Persona is a taken over functional part of APh (...so without the Affinity Photo application, aka APh, there is no edit in Photo Persona in APub) and second there is no explicite forum abbreviation for Photo Persona at all, so saying generally switching over to APh looks pretty legitime for me and already implies all that!

Now we again also unnecessarily filled this resource thread with an usually unneeded discussion!

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10 hours ago, v_kyr said:

This sort of filter is part of Affinity Photo (see here) and not APub, so you would have to apply that via switching over to APh (as far as you have the APh app too).

Only Publisher so far.

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