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Hi, I have purchased Affinity Photo few months ago for my work, but I have a little problem with drawing. I would love to use it but this little thing makes me return to PS all the time, I've inserted  an image: In Affinity all the lines I make are a little bit shaky as You see and I have no idea how to get rid of this shakiness to draw the line as smooth as in PS. The same tablet was used (Wacom Cintiq).

Also I wanted to ask if it is possible to have brush settings (size, sharpness) appearing right under the pen after clicking one of the buttons on the pen, I am used to it and it is very convenient. :)

AH

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Have you turned off the snapping?


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Rig:AMD FX 8350 and AMD Radeon (R9 380 Series) Settings Version 20.1.03(Adrenalin 2019, 
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I've always found the stabiliser to be very good. I can even draw lovely smooth lines with the mouse. Try both modes - Rope mode and Window mode, and adjust the length to suit what sort of detail level you need.

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