The goal was to distort the perspective of vector art in Affinity Designer. Unfortunately, the Distort Perspective tool is only available in Affinity Photo which transforms the original vector art into raster art. This is not ideal. I wanted to distort the perspective of vector art like I could in Adobe Illustrator, not end up with raster art.
Which produces a raster art result. NOTE: when the Perspective pop-up window appears you gotta keep it open while adjusting the Perspective Mesh overlay, otherwise the Mesh overlay vanishes. The above instructions from Affinity Staff Moderator MEB totally worked for my needs: design vector art in Designer, then open Photo from within Designer and non-destructively distort the perspective of the art.
It gets turned into a non-node-points non-editable bitmap! Your email address will not be published. Skip to content The goal was to distort the perspective of vector art in Affinity Designer. About The Author. Reid Walley Graphic designer since before the Internet. Started with newspaper paste-up; then art director for advertising agency in Reno, NV; and now freelancer designing marketing materials, print-on-demand t-shirt art, websites, and social media graphics.
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