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On 6/21/2022 at 12:41 AM, Josie said:

I [don't know how to] add the filling right where the bite marks are.

Those are just three overlapping crescents, easily drawn with the Crescent Tool.

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On 6/24/2022 at 12:09 AM, Josie said:

How would I do that with the crescent tool? I’ve tried every which way to do it and it doesn’t work. So I would like you to show me how to do it if you could.

Thanks 

Please see @v_kyr’s video clips in your other thread.

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22 minutes ago, Josie said:

How do I put the filled ice cream bites in there after I do the crescent tool with the corner tool and add them together? Or to any ice cream image that I make for a design?

I don’t understand your question, Josie. The three-crescent shape simply sits on top of the brown popsicle shape, just like all the other little shapes that are included in the design.

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What I meant was when I subtract the popsicle plus the three ellipse pieces then after that how do I set the already made filled 3 crescent shapes so it looks like that?

When I do this in affinity designer this is as far as I get then I get stuck.

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With a white drawing background you can just use 3x those crescent shapes (white, brown, white) and place them slightly overlapping and fitting resized together in a group. Then drag and arrange that group to the boundary of the popsicle, so it gives you the looking effect of a bite there.

I show you here just quickly with three overlapping and accordingly sized white-red-white placed clouds here ...

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Alternatively you can also geometrical subtract instead ...

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... so that popsicle shape then has got a bite shape (you would of course subtract instead of a cloud probably your 3 crescent shape then). - And afterwards you place another copy/duplicate of your 3 crescent shape slightly right sized/arranged on top of that bite side popsicle shape. That's all!

 

 

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Always also take a look at what happens and is shown with the layers panel contents. In order to let a specific object disappear, you either select and delete it (remove it's layer), or you keep it and hide it's shown visability (show/hide layer) on the layers panel.

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1 hour ago, Josie said:

I’m getting closer, this is what I have so far.

Nearly! - Here's another shown way (see the screencast video), by just using copies of several polygons & a cloud shape (duplicated shape layers, see & inspect the layers panel) since when we are performing a geometrical subtract of two shapes we will otherwise loose the one or other one which we might still need afterwards. So I will make here several copies of shapes in order to still have one if needed.

 

 

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