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When I use a Basic ( or most any) paint brush in Aphoto and draw a  true black line, it is semi-transparent.  And ifn I draw over it the line it darkens when they intersect.   Even with Opacity, Flow, and Hardness set to 100%.  Why is that?  Of course, it does not happen with Pixel, but why with Paint Brush?

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check "accumulation" in the brush setting . Click on "more" next to hardness > click reset 
If that's not the fix then it's something just as simple . Must admit brushes and the number of them still confuse me so I limit most basic round --- just like Lr5 has which is   better as it is also a smart brush --- hint hint Affinity ;) :) 
 

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5 hours ago, Guyon said:

Even with Opacity, Flow, and Hardness set to 100%.

Check that Wet Edges in the same context toolbar is not ticked or else you will encounter what you have described


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