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About sDuccio

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  1. Hi there, I've encountered the same issue since I've updated AP to 1.8. This is a workaround I have not read any mention about: run the program using the gpu processor (NVIDIA in my case) and not the default processor (usually the integrated Intel). It starts without any crash. Unfortunately it's not the solution.
  2. @MBd after all alecspra asked for an other method for doing the work an he was satisfied as far as I can see he suggests to use the frequency separation to preserve the details and the traits of the face
  3. well I found it interesting because it is an alternative to a layered work. He works on a low frequency layer and it seems to be more realistic compared to a traditional method, fairly time saving. Picking up the colors from a color photo is a good suggestion, I tried myself with a picture of Theodore Roosevelt, picking up colors from Robin Williams in "Night at the museum". The result satisfied me and did it in a short time.
  4. Hi @alecspra I've just found out this tutorial with the frequency separation and the paint mixer brush tool
  5. Hello Sirs, I was wondering how many affinity users there are worldwide.
  6. Hi brethren, I would like to gradient mask to achieve the attached image result. In the sample I have created 4 masks to do that, but I would like to know whether it is possible with 1 mask or not.
  7. Hi, I was writing the same post about Designer beta. The same issue is show when I drag any kind of picture into the work area. Instead, if I use the PLACE command, everything works fine
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