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  1. Hi to everyone! This is the Lightpad M by Roli, one of my favorite pad for music. I made also an animated and interactive version with HypePro 4 using the AD elements. take a look If you are familiar with Hype you can also get animation in HypeDocks Affinity Designer and HypePro are my favorite apps and I hope these companies work to better integrate exports. It would be great to use AD as a basis for animating objects. Thanks Michelangelo Roli_LightPad_M_AD_Template.afdesign.zip ------------------------------------------------------------ BTW, More project with AD file: Medusa and Isometric Mock-up
  2. heroes with the aureole, nice! I love the style too.
  3. this is so nice! I love illustrations where you don't see the software but only the creativity of the artist.
  4. Thanks Andrew the video was made with HypePro and not AD. My intention is to join both apps in order to produce animated version of the AD file. Now I'm able to import only SVG to hype but I'm not able to apply morphing and the shape distorsion on the SVG, now I can only use the perspective distorsion. theoretically yes, it is possible to build any shape (made with inclined planes as in the packaging)
  5. I'm able to manage perspective distortion but AD 1.6x is not able to do it ( and here we are still very far from AI) because the tool through AP is not a vector distorsion and you can't control it in AD. So I share the file for AD only
  6. Thanks! yes I know but it is not a native option; I share the files and I'm sure everyone has AP
  7. @ronnyb sorry, forgot to enclose also the AD file. AD file : symbol_isometric_blue_box.zip BTW: In AD it you can add perspective only through an AP module and for this reason I did not apply it; I hope that the new AD release allows the perspective deformation of the groups of paths (as in HypePro)
  8. you deserve it! and your work makes a huge contribution to the community because your style is very different from the others; AD is a powerful tool in the right hands
  9. an update on this work. the simulation can be also animate with HypePro, I made a new box based on my AD file. more info here I made a lot of works with both softwares and I hope that is possible, in future, an option to export a suitable shape to hype with AD for the morphing animation; thanks! hype_template_mockups_simulator_perspective_control.mp4 AD file : symbol_isometric_blue_box.zip
  10. Mateusz I love your style and the choice of subjects; The pictorial style is natural and hides the use of computers and this is a good thing. You are a truly artist and not an advanced AD/AP user, this make the difference, not the software. BRAVO!
  11. @Pattou thanks! Fixed! I added the title after doing the animation (the title is moving) and I did not notice it.
  12. Hi to everyone! This is a personal project, the illustration was made by my daughter and I redrew it to AD. Maybe it can be useful, to have new examples on optimizing the project using the lines; the project is just 450kb (see the outline view).in this project I used very few forms. many objects are just lines with different types of hatching. The Dash line is a powerful tool in AD and allows me to create interesting objects. I thank AffinityTeam for the amazing job on the selections and the snap tools, in AI I use a lot more time and I do not have the same result. (it's one of the reasons why I left AI for AD). Moreover I also did an animated version using Hype and I discovered that the new vector tools (in the current Beta) are very similar to AD!! (also the SVG source). So, I decided to share this file because even the animation was much appreciated and I hope you like it. It would be great to use AD to draw Hype shapes and animate the AD file, probably the only missing tool to kill Adobe definitively Download AD file: medusa.afdesign.zip Michelangelo _____________ BTW, Another project with AD file: Isometric Mock-up
  13. we are confusing things: why is only one post used for years? if everyone does so what happens? Can you explain to me the relationship between the first image (over 2 years ago) and the last one? How much this post is more visible than others for the repetition of cotents? these are my questions, and I wonder if this is fair to other users. no controversy, I love some work; is the question of meritocracy and democracy, even in a forum
  14. I know the rules of the forum but you have not answered my most important question. Why do you use a single post for all jobs instead of creating a new one for each design. You're the only one doing it, what's the reason? This is not a private blog but a forum; if you do so you have more visibility than everyone else, maybe this is against the rules of the forum or am I wrong? thanks!
  15. Thanks for the reply It make sense but this is not your personal blog, this is a forum for learning ad share; I think this is diferent between the same post, for years, and a new post for each new work. It is a question of consistency and weight of visibility in a forum made to share and not only show serial works. You made very good stuff but the real pourpose of the forum is "share", especially if you decide to be visible thanks to the Affinity. This, in my opinion, is the difference between showing and teaching everyone, not just to some users. thanks
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