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11 hours ago, Dazzler said:

You could probably set up macros to achieve some of those sort of things.

FWIW, I posted a Pencil Effect Macro based on an Affinity Revolution YouTube tutorial to the Resources forum. That & ones other users have posted might serve as a starting point for creating macros that produce various oil painting effects.


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21 hours ago, Dan C said:

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(apart from Ad**e, the lesser mentioned the better ;))

Actually, it may be helpful to mention Adobe as often as possible. Because new users may google for Adobe and end up in here—not being aware that there's such a great alternative for most of their tasks to do. ;-)

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I believe it's mentioned a lot... although, often people get creative, as if fearing to invoke a beast or sth... :D 


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