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Sketching on Affinty Photo for Ipad


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I use AP for photo editing.Recently I started sketching on Apple Notes native app with pen and pencil.

I am looking for resources on sketching on AP for IPad. There are so many customisations in the brush tool for pencil and pen that it becomes a bit overwhelming for a beginner like me.

 

When I try to do Google search I mostly get AD videos.I am not keen on buying it just for basic sketching stuff.

Could someone please share beginner friendly sketching tutorials for AP.

Thanks 

Abby

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I assume you’ve looked at the Help that comes with the app?

I know it’s a bit obscure, because you have to go out to the Home Screen to see the link to it (top right).

 

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Words are crude implements, difficult to get perfect, easy to get tied in knots with, and often - usually - misunderstood, which is why 'tolarence' is the best word of all.

The word "professional" fits us all - amateur, semi-pro, beginner, advanced, middle, beyond it all, and on....., because professionals are tolerant.

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8 hours ago, ProDesigner said:

I assume you’ve looked at the Help that comes with the app?

I know it’s a bit obscure, because you have to go out to the Home Screen to see the link to it (top right).

It’s available online now. :)

https://affinity.help/photoipad

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Affinity Designer/Photo/Publisher 2 for Windows • Windows 10 Home/Pro
Affinity Designer/Photo/Publisher 2 for iPad • iPadOS 15.7.3 (iPad Air 2)

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12 hours ago, DM1 said:

And offline

I tried to search for your pdf in the forum to link to here @DM1, but failed... glad you’ve popped along and added it.

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Words are crude implements, difficult to get perfect, easy to get tied in knots with, and often - usually - misunderstood, which is why 'tolarence' is the best word of all.

The word "professional" fits us all - amateur, semi-pro, beginner, advanced, middle, beyond it all, and on....., because professionals are tolerant.

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4 hours ago, ProDesigner said:

I tried to search for your pdf in the forum to link to here @DM1, but failed... glad you’ve popped along and added it.

Mods pinned the Designer help file but not yet pinned the photo help file. I added the download links to my sig but people rarely look at sigs 🙂.

 

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IPad Pro 10.5/512GB   lpadOS 16.2 Apple Pencil (1st gen), Affinity Photo 1.10.5 Affinity Design 1.10.5 Affinity Publisher 2, Affinity Designer 2, Affinity Photo 2

Official Online iPad Help documents (multi-lingual) here: https://affinity.https://affinity.help/ 

 

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