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Hue Saturation Luminance Jitter per Stroke (not per Dab)

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Playing with the brush engine in Photo & Designer and found that Hue / Saturation / Luminance Jitter work differently from other apps…

In Affinity the jitter is applied per dab.

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Compare with Photoshop (and others?) where the jitter is applied per stroke.

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In my limited experience per stroke is more useful in digital painting for creating subtle variation between painted strokes.

Could Affinity have the option to choose how the jitter is applied?

Thanks for your consideration.


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