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Affinity Designer 1.7 - TOP 8 New Functions // You need to KNOW

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The new 1.7 Affinity Designer Update is here. Countless new functions. Get the TOP 8 best the functions you can use right now. The sculpting mode, Symmetry, Sub Brushes, Isometric Mode, Node Lasso and more. Watch this video to get a quick overview.

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Nice overview.

Sorry to nit-pick but the tool you refer to as "the Pen" when talking about Sculpt Mode, is actually the Pencil.

Also, you can apply a brush stroke to a line drawn with the pencil, or use the pencil to re-sculpt a line drawn with the Vector Brush tool.


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