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  1. Cartoony pink dragon 3D sculpture. Post-processed using Affinity Photo. (Concept: Dom Murphy)
  2. Thanks a lot, @tonyrambler, much appreciated!
  3. Don't we all know those nightly computing hours?
  4. A cartoony monster face, because monsters deserve attention too. Concept by Joey Ellis. Sculpting and rendering done in Blender 3D. Post-processing and fine-adjustment performed using Affinity Photo. More images: metinseven.nl
  5. Feline egg — cartoony 3D artwork (concept: Marija Tiurina) Post-processed / fine-adjusted using Affinity Photo.
  6. You can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave!
  7. Better not be naughty, or you might face... Demon Judge!
  8. Many thanks, @affinity4Christ15, much appreciated!
  9. I guess I won't offer this to a shady club owner, just to be safe.
  10. Hahaha, I'll take that as an original compliment.
  11. I hadn't found the time to create something for myself for a while, but here's 'The Pimp'. I considered calling it 'The Pimpanzee' because of his ape-like features, but that would have made it too quirky I guess.
  12. Hi guys, I discovered an older topic about this, offering a solution by user @>|< , involving equations in Filters ➔ Apply Image, see this image: It'd be great if the Affinity developers could turn this procedure into a one-click solution, or even better: a non-destructive adjustment.
  13. Hi @GarryP, You're absolutely right about the missing author. In this case it's just that it's more of an audiovisual project with three guys. So three names on the cover would be correct, but then again, there's only one writer. Confusing, haha. As a matter of fact, when I started this image, I had a music album cover in mind, with a square aspect, because there's also accompanying music, composed by one of us. But while the image progressed, a book cover aspect provided some more space. Have a nice evening, M7
  14. Thanks @GarryP ! Good points. I've left out the author, because it's a joint project, but maybe it's better to share the cover without a title as well. The color scheme reflects a warm-cold contrast to emphasize the sunset. The spine, good question. To be honest I don't think this will ever actually be printed. It might become an e-book at most, or remain a personal exercise. Regards, Metin
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