Affinity Designer: How to maintain the colour of the intersected object

I have a rectangle and a circle (fig1). I would like to apply an intersection to these two objects. For this, I duplicate the rectangle and then select the duplicated rectangle and the circle and apply an intersection. After the intersection, the part of the circle overlapping the rectangle becomes of the colour of the … Read more

How to erase a part of a path without altering the stroke’s prior design in Illustrator?

I want to erase a part of a path while maintaining the stroke’s original look. My chosen stroke is the first one BELOW [Uniform]. I’m new and just a week in at illustrator. This is my very first logo design. I haven’t added the missing parts from the sketch though but it can wait. As … Read more

maintaining stroke proportions along length of a curved path in Illustrator

I’m attempting in Illustrator to generate a series of images with 6 elements and to maintain their proportions along straight and curved paths. I have a path that represents a segment of an ellipse, and I’ve retrieved the length of the curved path from Document Info and calculated the length of each element in proportion … Read more

Can I edit multiple lines in compound path in Inkskape?

In Figma, I can draw anything inside a single path: When exported to SVG, it consists of single <path> element. <svg width=”16″ height=”16″ viewBox=”0 0 16 16″ fill=”none” xmlns=””> <path d=”M3 12H10M11 12H13M5 4V0M8 1V3H11V1H8ZM9 6V9H12V6H9ZM4 6V9H5V6H4ZM15 4V13C15 14.1046 14.1046 15 13 15H3C1.89543 15 1 14.1046 1 13V4C1 2.89543 1.89543 2 3 2H13C14.1046 2 15 … Read more

How to conceptualise and generate visualisations with many points interconnected via Bézier curves?

Can someone uncover the design process behind social network visualisations such as – and how those interconnecting Béziers are generated? Answer So those kind of network graphs are often called node link diagrams. This article might be a good place to start: The Links That Bind Us: Network Visualizations. Except for very small datasets, … Read more