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Looks Ok so far, though to make things even more interesting you can (if you wish) also add some structure or irregularities to the inner white bitten area. - Just take a look on the net how there such ice cream things often look like ...

 

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1 hour ago, Josie said:

Ok. And if I want to make it look like all one popsicle how would I do that?

Well you should already know everything to do that with all the technics we've shown above. - Aka using several shapes, adjusting shapes, add/subtract one shape from another, group shapes ... etc.  I think you've to learn to identify by looking more closely of what certain such drawings are made from, aka which or what kind of shapes/geometrical forms do I have to use and combine, or substract, in order to get the result I see there on some sample drawing! - And in cases where it's difficult to build a specific shape from those ready available in Affinity, you can always redraw/retrace it manually by hand with pen/pencil with the iPad pencil and then switch to the Node tool and adjust nodes.

 

 

 

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17 minutes ago, Josie said:

I watched the video and it was a little to fast for me.

Tap on the ellipsis at the right-hand end of the control console, and then use the menu that pops up to make the video play at half speed.

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1 hour ago, Josie said:

I just want to know how I make it one popsicle?

There are two ways/methods here ...

1) Grouping all single parts together so they are part of one group      ... or ...
2)
First geometrical add the dark brown parts and then group the resulting one dark brown part with lighter wooden handle part together
 

  1. After you arranged all single shape parts, select all of those, or it's layers (all layers are selected) then group them.
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    Studio Preferences To select all objects within a selected layer:

    • From the Layers Studio's Preferences, open the menu and tap Select All.
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    Group LayersEdit Menu To create a group:

    Do one of the following:

    On the Layers Studio, swipe across each layer to select multiple layers, then tap Group. On the Edit menu, choose Group.

     

  2. In case of same color shape objects like the used 1 dark brown rounded rect and the 3 dark brown segments, you can geometrical add those first, so these 4 selected ones are becoming one object/shape after the geometrical add. - Afterwards select that now one 1 dark brown shape and the lighter wooden handle object and group them!

In order to drag/move around the whole, always select the whole group layer then. - See here ...

 

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14 minutes ago, v_kyr said:

BTW, instead of a rounded rect and then a rect subtract, you can also just use the Segment tool to create the bigger popsicle part ...

Good idea, but the Segment Tool is missing from the iPad version. :(

 

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3 minutes ago, Alfred said:

Good idea, but the Segment Tool is missing from the iPad version. :(

 

That's bad, why the hell is it missing there? - Alternatively the Crescent- and Pie tools can be used to get some similar looking one (though not exactly that rounded way at the bottom then).

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7 minutes ago, v_kyr said:

That's bad, why the hell is it missing there?

I wish I knew!

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Alternatively the Crescent- and Pie tools can be used to get something slightly similar looking (as far as those are then available on the iPad) ...

For the one done with the Crescent Tool one can afterwards convert the shape to curves and use the Node Tool to adjust it, in order to make the two bottom pointy corners parts (left & right at 1/3 bottom) more rounded!

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9 hours ago, Josie said:

How is these

The magenta one looks good, but the other two are very uneven. Don’t forget that you’re trying to show what a popsicle looks like after teeth have bitten into it. Also, the magenta one is the only one of the three that looks 3D away from the bite marks.

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Apply some FX 3D style setting for most parts and maybe an FX Bevel/Emboss to the white byte bite marks portion. - Something like this ...

 

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14 minutes ago, v_kyr said:

byte marks

I think we’re spending too much time on our computers! ;)

 

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1 minute ago, Alfred said:

I think we’re spending too much time on our computers! ;)

Oops, of course I meant bite! 😀   -   Sure, but what can I say, it's my job to program in bits and bytes all day long. 😉

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Look above @anto already showed you how to perform an FX outline there (select the whole group and FX outline it, also lower the opacity of the outline in case you want to have it slightly shine through). - The rest is nothing else as we've already showed you before. Further you've to be more specific when asking something, aka naming concrete where/what your problem is, aka what you want to apply from a certain image.

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23 minutes ago, Josie said:

I’m talking about the tan and white filling after the bite marks. How to do that.

Isn’t that just a white filled shape with a wide tan stroke applied? :/

 

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