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    Sunset reacted to Butler To Cats in Affinity for Windows Freebies   
    Extract all the files from the 3 zip files, daub-essentials.zip, the-box-set.zip, and grade-ui-kit.zip
    On recent versions of Windows you should be able to double-click on the zip files and then copy and paste all the folders and files into another folder on your computer.
     
    Then, as per Alfred's instructions, import the brush files and palette files - some of the files (.afbrushes, .afpalette, afassets files) will be in sub-folders if you copied everything.
     
    To show the Assets panel, as per Madame's instructions View menu, Studio, Assets, then import the .afassets files.
     

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    Sunset reacted to Alfred in Affinity for Windows Freebies   
    I think it works the same way. On my Windows installation, ticking Assets on the 'View > Studio' submenu displays the Assets panel, and I can then click on the menu icon in the top right-hand corner of that panel and choose 'Import Assets...' to browse to the Grade UI Basic Elements and the DAUB Papers assets (*.afassets) file. The palettes and brushes have to be imported separately (via the Swatches panel and the Brushes panel, respectively).
     
    The Grade UI sheets are Designer files (*.afdesign) which you just open as usual.
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    Sunset got a reaction from doeboy in The Whittler   
    I have been following the workbook tutorial for The Whittler - not completed, there are other demands on my time - but I've enjoyed going through the processes, especially using the vector and raster brushes to create texture on the tree. I completed the robot with simple linear gradients for now, the rest can follow another day. This is my interim take on The Whittler and, whilst it is capable of greater finesse in the future, I am happy with it at this stage.
     

     
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    Sunset reacted to GMPhotography in Summer Sunset at a nearby creek.   
    I discovered some issues with this photo the other day so decided to try and redo it and fix it using Affinity Photo. I gotta say, I love the tools Affinity offers for masking out different parts of different photos when stitching panoramas. I had some camera motion blur in the trees in the first version that was caused by one horizontal series of the 9 tiled shot (3 rows of 3)
    Anyway here is the end product.
    PondTreePanoFixed-Edit-2 by Greg Murray, on Flickr
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    Sunset got a reaction from Seanh in Pie Logo   
    Looks good to me!
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    Sunset got a reaction from doeboy in The Whittler   
    I have been following the workbook tutorial for The Whittler - not completed, there are other demands on my time - but I've enjoyed going through the processes, especially using the vector and raster brushes to create texture on the tree. I completed the robot with simple linear gradients for now, the rest can follow another day. This is my interim take on The Whittler and, whilst it is capable of greater finesse in the future, I am happy with it at this stage.
     

     
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    Sunset got a reaction from doeboy in The Whittler   
    I have been following the workbook tutorial for The Whittler - not completed, there are other demands on my time - but I've enjoyed going through the processes, especially using the vector and raster brushes to create texture on the tree. I completed the robot with simple linear gradients for now, the rest can follow another day. This is my interim take on The Whittler and, whilst it is capable of greater finesse in the future, I am happy with it at this stage.
     

     
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    Sunset reacted to Seanh in Pie Logo   
    Logo I just finished for a pop up pie vendor who attends festivals and the like.
     
    Done with Affinity Designer.
     

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    Sunset reacted to Alfred in Affinity Photo Cut Out Text   
    Now that's what I call a result!!
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    Sunset got a reaction from Alfred in Affinity Photo Cut Out Text   
    Sorted!
     

     
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    Sunset got a reaction from MattP in Affinity Designer Customer Beta (1.5.2 - Beta 4)   
    Downloaded without issue, long list of fixes including the baby daughter - brilliant and congratulations!
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    Sunset reacted to MattP in Affinity Designer Customer Beta (1.5.2 - Beta 4)   
    Status: Beta
    Purpose: Stability & Critical fixes
    Requirements: Purchased Affinity Designer
    Mac App Store: Not Submitted
    Download: 1.5.2 Beta 4 Here
     
    This beta is intended to fix any critical issues found in the current App Store version and should be considered to be more stable than the App Store product.
     
    To use this beta, simply download the file from the link given above and double-click on the file to open the installer. Follow the instructions to install the beta version. The beta sits alongside the Mac App Store version and will not interfere with it.
     
    Fixes:
    Enabled 32bit documents and associated studio UI (including OCIO) Resizing documents should scale guides and slices as appropriate so they appear to be in the correct location Fix for Mountain Lion in the new Export Persona (panels disappear completely and the app becomes unstable) EPS export improvements with thin lines and mitre joins Fixes for Text Styles (editing 'No Style' and clicking in certain areas of the style preview) OpenType tweaks Print speed improvements Fix for being able to measure between siblings inside groups and containers, also being able to measure immediate children of a container and between selected object and its ancestors. When space is tight, the measurements now appear out-of-line rather than scaling too small to be usable. Improved error reporting when opening PSD files Fix for PDF import of Japanese fonts Shortcut for soft-return is now shift+return Fix for issues seen when bleeds are unequal on different sides Fix for issues seen when trying to output selected areas to PDF and accidentally generating multi-page PDFs Automatic slice rectangle calculations should not include the layer effect inflation from the parents Improved output-path validation for Export Persona Added 32bit PSD export Added EXR/HDR export Initial support for new Touch Bar on MacBook Pro Added Polygonal and Magnetic lasso selection modes Fix for Fonts list jiggling around at times when moving up/down in the list Fix for copying groups within Symbols causing 'the beginning of the end' Had a baby daughter so wasn't around much Miscellaneous other fixes and improvements
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    Sunset reacted to Bri-Toon in Nearly A Queen   
    Looks very nice. I like the way you made the area around the mouth. It makes her chin pop out.
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    Sunset got a reaction from Patrick Connor in Nearly A Queen   
    Inspired by, but not a copy of, the recent screen adaptation of the life of the young Queen Victoria. Sketched on a top layer and painted underneath the sketch on a lower layer, then judicial erasing of parts of the sketch to finish. Made with Affinity Designer for Mac.
     

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    Sunset reacted to Butler To Cats in Affinity Designer Workbook   
    Sometimes, when it is grey and windy outside, all you want to do is curl up with a good book.
     

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    Sunset reacted to bodobe in my first steps with AD   
    Hey Folks, this is my first attempt at using affinity designer. I really love drawing in vectors, all my works are 100% (pure) vector illustrations, and now I'm glad I found AD - an awesome tool …  think we're getting married ;)


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    Sunset got a reaction from Patrick Connor in Nearly A Queen   
    Inspired by, but not a copy of, the recent screen adaptation of the life of the young Queen Victoria. Sketched on a top layer and painted underneath the sketch on a lower layer, then judicial erasing of parts of the sketch to finish. Made with Affinity Designer for Mac.
     

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    Sunset got a reaction from Patrick Connor in Nearly A Queen   
    Inspired by, but not a copy of, the recent screen adaptation of the life of the young Queen Victoria. Sketched on a top layer and painted underneath the sketch on a lower layer, then judicial erasing of parts of the sketch to finish. Made with Affinity Designer for Mac.
     

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    Sunset got a reaction from Patrick Connor in Nearly A Queen   
    Inspired by, but not a copy of, the recent screen adaptation of the life of the young Queen Victoria. Sketched on a top layer and painted underneath the sketch on a lower layer, then judicial erasing of parts of the sketch to finish. Made with Affinity Designer for Mac.
     

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    Sunset got a reaction from Brett Stebbins in Big Lookout Tree - Weapons and Food Room Concept   
    Lovely scene with very effective lighting effects.
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    Sunset reacted to summersara in Vector maneki-neko   
    The first thing i started creating when Affinity Designer beta for Windows came out was my maneki-neko cat, inspired by a pot one i have on my desk, finally finished today! Thanks Serif for this great program :) Sara 
     
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/62448866@N03/

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    Sunset reacted to RosieH in More Affinity Tigers   
    Here are a couple more tigers.
     

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    Sunset reacted to RosieH in Affinity Tiger   
    I love drawing wildlife and have found Affinity for Windows Beta fantastic for doing this type of work.  I am so impressed.  I have done a lot of drawings but only now plucked up the courage to put one up here.
     

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    Sunset reacted to RosieH in Affinity Owls   
    Here are some more drawings done on Affinity for Windows.  Thanks to Alfred they should not be as huge as the tigers.
     

     

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    Sunset reacted to Bri-Toon in A little Wizardry   
    Aw you did this just for me? I'll be sure to tip your kitty.
     
     
     
     
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