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What's the alternative for Photoshop "Liquify" (Shift+Ctrl+X) filter in Affinity Photo, or Gimp?

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this is not a question about graphic design, but about graphic design tools. The answer to this question is easily found online. – PieBie Dec 3 '18 at 14:18
  • "The answer to this question is easily found online" It isn't. If you think that it is easy to found online, just rewrite it here, you can get points easily. "[..] is not a question about graphic design, but about graphic design tools." Graphics design tools are one of the topics of graphics design. – Maciej Bl Dec 3 '18 at 15:59
  • just check this meta discussion graphicdesign.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/2463/… – Luciano Dec 4 '18 at 9:23
  • Maciej B - what is under discussion here is that here at GDSE, we prefer to have questions which will help a wider community, and which help elevate the general expertise of our community. We clearly state in our Tour page that "Graphic Design Stack Exchange is a question-and-answer site for graphic-design professionals, students, and enthusiasts...", so we welcome newer users and non-experts, but we ask a modicum of effort be shown in questions (e.g. show us what you've tried so far when failing to accomplish the required task) most "Where is button X?" questions don't fit - I felt yours did. – GerardFalla Dec 4 '18 at 16:13
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    @PieBie: because this is not a question about graphic design, but about graphic design tools. – The vast majority of our questions is about graphic-design tools. — The answer to this question is easily found online. – That’s not a valid close reason. We want to be what is found online. – Wrzlprmft Dec 12 '18 at 21:23
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Affinity Photo has an entire Liquify Persona... pretty effective.

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