Freid

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  1. Indeed I like it I really enjoy da background environment !
  2. And two wacky more !
  3. Hi Affinityonados A few inktober entries drawn on paper but "colorised" with da lovely Affinity Photo !
  4. Thank you guys I youtubed a long hypnotic timelapse
  5. Thank you AffinityJules I will !
  6. Nice pic Kevin
  7. Hi guys, First time that i try AP only to colorise a pic. I used it before only as an image editor. I gotta try it on iPad soon Maybe i'll post a timelapse if i find the time.
  8. Oh ! Thank you Scungio, you made me learn a feature I didnt know that export : https://bigbad.xyz/blog/creating-spine-animations-with-affinity-designer My characters were simple, so i did a manual slice exportations, but that export option would be quite handy, I knew the spine photoshop script, and i'm quite happy to see that option in AD (and even AP). i will test it as soon as i can / need.
  9. And voila a timelapse :
  10. yup, forgot this one
  11. Jer, For that particular animation the essential version would be enough. But we bough the pro version because we wanted to deform stufff : this feature is what they call meshes deformation. You can do that (deform 'pictures' with bones). I find Spine a bit pricey. But its a nice software, it works. Spine is different than many other animation tools because it can export dynamic animations and characters (or whatever you want to anim) to several game engines, which means no need to pre render animations, the game engine will display, start or stop animations when needed. You can find different applications which can do the same kind of dynamic animations : dragon bones, creature... You can also do those kind of animations and prerender it with for example anime studio or even with a 3D app like Blender. Though the rigging would be often a bit more difficult in a 3D app. There is also a very handy addon for blender that will bring you freely all (or most) to the animations/export features of spine. (see the video) If you're a hobbyist, learn blender, you will be able to animate almost anything, its powerful and free. But you have to learn Voila Ah and i used pngs part to export from AD. Il will really soon another timelapse video to show the whole process (affinity + Spine).
  12. Maybe a shadow like that :
  13. Hi, Another little character using AD, frankentoon, Blender and Spine. I think it needs some shadow on the top of the tank-track. PS ( I added a timelapse a few posts lower