We won’t bother: select the mean circle whose transformation origin was moved previously faire Ctrl + J hold down Shift to rotate in 15° “notches” using the rotation handle, rotate the new mid-circle that has just been created (and automatically selected) by 90° to the right faire Ctrl + J refaire Ctrl + J Tadaaam now we have 4 medium circles arranged around the small central circle PS: Yes, you saw correctly that in the end we have 4 medium circles instead of 3. It is of Ctrl + J then to remove the circle on the right which is too much TIPS: Magic Duplicate Ctrl + J Be careful, if after having duplicated an object with Ctrl + J to increment a transformation you deselect the object (or accidentally select another one), the “saving” of the transformation will be lost and the following Ctrl + J will only duplicate the object without transforming it. It will therefore be necessary to delete the missed copy, repeat Ctrl + J from the first object, transform this new copy then press Ctrl + J to create another copy which will be automatically transformed.
Similarly, by modifying the size or the proportions and the rotation, the position of the origin of transformation is also impacted by the image manipulation service incremented copy (unless the origin of transformation is deactivated). The possible transformations are: modification of size, reversal, rotation, displacement, change in proportions Example of realization based on the origin of replication and the Ctrl + J Example of realization based on the origin of replication and the Ctrl + J Come on, now we’re going to tackle the serious stuff. If you want to take a break, it’s now! Step 4: a form designer on Affinity Designer? Heard of (or used?? the power of) Illustrator’s Shape Designer? And you also lamented (or heard lamented) that it wasn’t there in Affinity Designer… and then you heard Serif respond: The Serif team with Boolean operations and compound “Hey! But there is no need, we have better.
The compound and the booleans! » The Serif Team* * no, they didn’t actually say/write that, I grant you, I just extrapolated a bit PS: maybe I’m going a bit overboard with the GIFs? ^^' I admit, I just discovered how easy it was to insert compared to two years ago so I’m having a blast hehe Alright, well now you will judge if Affinity Designer’s tools really compete with Illustrator’s shape designer. The boolean operation Divide… … or the traveling catastrophe! No seriously, it works pretty well with two curves. But if you put three it becomes a mess. So 5 (3 medium circles + 1 small circle + 1 large circle), drop it. I still wanted to test. So on the three tries: it makes me a nameless b*rdel with a multitude of little bits of lines and knots everywhere it crashes Affinity instantly it makes me feel like shit Judge instead: What I was hoping for after doing the Divide operation: several clean curves that I could have recombined afterwards The start: the 6 circles (oops I forgot to remove the means on the right.