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Is it just me or painting on affinity is anything but stellar? I get that it's mostly a photo app but I mean the brushes are a joke. When I try to paint slowly, I get big blotches all the time. I feel there is almost no Apple Pencil pressure sensitivity even after trying to turn the pen pressure toggle on. I was so excited about this app but my excitement slowly fizzeled out after painting with it. I use Procreate and that app is a joy to paint with, so responsive and intuitive but unfortunately missing the other tools wich affinity seems to have. As a new customer, I would be forever grateful if you guys could make this app also geared towards us painters.

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Hi Krispy,


I've just been playing around the brushes on the iPad app.  I had no issue in seeing when the Pressure was enabled, this just worked for me.  We've already got an issue logged where when you start a line with the Pressure control enabled it can cause the line to start with a paint 'blob' so i wonder if thats what you are seeing. 

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