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Good evening, I realized that the rename/duplicate options are missing in affinity designer v2. Options that are present on affinity designer v1. how can i rename or duplicate files that i have in the affinity gallery?




Affinity Designer 2 for iPad


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Serif Affinity software is arguably one of the top creative suites available for designers or photographers, and its one-time purchase business model is something that many creators prefer to rolling subscriptions. Serif has announced a new Version 2 upgrade with new Affinity features.


Ruby previously worked as a graphic designer, illustrator, and photographer. She has a BA in Graphic Communication and an MA in English with Creative Writing. Ruby also works as a dog-sitter and loves to travel, having lived in over five countries.


The platform is mostly run by Ezra Anderson who uses his thoughtful and precise style to teach people how to become better vector graphic designers. The link used above the featured photo will lead you to the Affinity Revolution Courses page.


Serif has revealed Affinity Version 2 and for the first time the entire roster of its apps is available on iPad, making Serif a go-to place for your complete graphic design suite. This means upgraded editions of its incredibly popular and powerful suite of apps for designers, that includes Affinity Designer 2, Affinity Photo 2 and Affinity Publisher 2, is an enticing Adobe alternative.


As our Affinity Designer review shows, this is a big deal for graphic designers. Serif's suite of design apps has closed the gap on Adobe's software, and Affinity Designer itself is a fantastic Photoshop alternative.


Serif Labs, the creators of Affinity Photo for Mac and Windows, launched an iPad version of its popular Affinity Photo (opens in new tab) image editor last year to much acclaim. Now, the company is has officially launched its other major app, Affinity Designer, on the iPad as well. It's an incredibly cool app for designers on the go, and it's just as feature-packed as Affinity Photo.


This post may contain affiliate links. Read affiliate disclosure here. "@context":"http:\/\/schema.org\/","@type":"BlogPosting","name":"How To Use The Pen Tool In Affinity Designer for iPad","url":"https:\/\/logosbynick.com\/pen-tool-affinity-designer-ipad\/","articleBody":"In this tutorial we'll be going over how to use the Pen Tool in Affinity Designer for the iPad. This tool allows you to draw shapes by placing individual points on your canvas rather than swiping and brush strokes.\r\n\r\nThe Pen Tool in the iPad version of Affinity Designer works the same (in concept) as it does on the desktop version. However, due to the nature of drawing with a stylus rather than a mouse, there are some subtle differences that you'll need to adjust to if you're already familiar with how pen tools work in a desktop environment.\r\nUse The Pen Tool In Affinity Designer for iPad\r\nThe following video tutorial will walk you through a working demonstration of the Pen Tool works in Affinity Designer for iPad:\r\n\ufeff\r\nContinue on for the written guide.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nTable of Contents\r\nThe Pen Tool\r\n\r\n \tWhat Is The Pen Tool\r\n \tHow To Use The Pen Tool\r\n \tHow To Edit Your Drawings\r\n\r\nPen Tool Modes\r\n\r\n \tPen\r\n \tSmart\r\n \tPolygon\r\n \tLine\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe Pen Tool\r\nIn Affinity Designer for the iPad, the Pen Tool is located halfway down the toolbox menu on the left-hand side of the screen:\r\n\r\nThe Pen Tool can be accessed in the toolbox.\r\n\r\nHolding a tap over the question mark icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen will temporarily place indicator labels over all of the tools. This can make it easier to locate the tool.\r\nWhat Is The Pen Tool\r\nThe Pen Tool is used for drawing vector shapes. However, unlike other tools that require you to swipe to draw, the Pen Tool works by placing individual coordinate points -- known as nodes -- across your canvas. A path is generated between all of the nodes to form your shape:\r\n\r\nThe path is drawn between the nodes\/anchor points that you place.\r\n\r\nThe Pen Tool can draw straight lines as well as curved paths. You can create both rounded nodes as well as corners at any angle you'd like. In fact, you can draw virtually any shape you'd like with the Pen Tool.\r\n\r\nOnce you are finished drawing those shapes you can then edit the nodes individually to fine tune your work into a clean, precise drawing.\r\n\r\nThe Pen Tool is the quintessential tool for drawing shapes and paths in vector design applications, such as Affinity Designer.\r\nHow To Use The Pen Tool\r\nThe Pen Tool allows you to draw virtually anything, but it comes with a bit of a learning curve. It will take some practice and patience to get a proper feel for how this tool works.\r\n\r\nTo start, tap on your canvas once to place a point. Then, tap again to place another point. If done correctly, a line should be drawn between the two points.\r\n\r\nThis line represents the shape (or \"path\") that you're drawing. As you continue to add points, the shape will be drawn between them accordingly:\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nDrawing like this will create straight lines and corner nodes. You can draw curved lines by holding the tap and swiping when adding your points:\r\n\r\nA curved path was drawn by tapping and swiping.\r\n\r\nThe path will be shaped in response to your hand movement.\r\n\r\nOnce you are finished drawing your shape, you can close the path by tapping on the first node that you placed. You will now have a shape that can be filled with color, used as a clipping mask, for Boolean operations, or any other way in which you would use shapes in Affinity Designer:\r\n\r\nIn this example the path drawn with the Pen Tool was used as a clipping mask for the image beneath it.\r\n\r\nIf you make a mistake at any point you can undo it by tapping on the screen with two fingers.\r\nHow To Edit Your Drawings\r\nOnce your shapes are drawn you can enter Edit mode to adjust them as needed:\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nTapping and swiping on a node will allow you to move it around. You can also change the contours of the path by tapping and swiping on one of the lines, or by using the adjustment handles that branch off of each node. Refer to the video tutorial above for an in-depth demonstration.\r\n\r\nThese edits make it so that your shapes can be tweaked to be as precise as needed.\r\nPen Tool Modes\r\nNow that we've gone over how to use the Pen Tool in Affinity Designer for iPad, let's have a look at the various drawing modes that you can use when creating paths.\r\n\r\nPen Tool modes are indicated in the menu at the bottom of the screen:\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThere are four modes in total. Let's go over each.\r\nPen\r\nPen mode is the default setting for the Pen Tool. With this mode enabled the tool will function according to the instructions we previously went over.\r\nSmart\r\nIn Smart mode, the Pen Tool will automatically draw a soft, rounded path with no hard edges or corners:\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThis mode is sort of like training wheels for the Pen Tool. If you're struggling to use it properly in normal Pen mode then Smart mode will allow you to draw your shapes more easily.\r\nPolygon\r\nIn Polygon mode you will only be able to draw straight lines that connect to corner nodes. This mode will prevent you from drawing curved paths and rounded nodes:\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThis could be beneficial when tracing over a subject that consists entirely of hard edges and straight lines.\r\nLine\r\nFinally, Line mode makes it so that you only draw individual straight lines.\r\n\r\nYou can draw these lines by tapping and swiping or by tapping once to place a point, then tapping again elsewhere to create another point that the line will connect to.\r\nConclusion\r\nKnowing how to use the Pen Tool in Affinity Designer for iPad will take some time and practice. However, it is a foundational tool when it comes to vector design, and knowing how to use it is crucial.\r\n\r\nIf you have any questions or need clarification on anything we've gone over in this tutorial then simply leave a comment below.","headline":"How To Use The Pen Tool In Affinity Designer for iPad","author":"Logos By Nick","datePublished":"2022-02-01","mainEntityOfPage":"True","dateModified":"October 13, 2022","image":"@type":"ImageObject","url":"https:\/\/logosbynick.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2022\/02\/affinity-designer-pen-tool.png","height":376,"width":640,"publisher":"@context":"http:\/\/schema.org\/","@type":"Organization","name":"Logos By Nick","logo":"@type":"ImageObject","url":"https:\/\/logosbynick.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2021\/07\/logo-300x75.png","height":600,"width":60Logos By NickLogosByNick.com is an educational media platform for learning about graphic design software.Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. 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