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    Avoiding TV and anyone sucked in by shit music, also avoiding anyone who doesn't wear black. Avoiding people who do not read for pleasure, avoiding people who can't name the planets and people who wonder why the sky doesn't run out of rain...I've met these people already so please go away.

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  1. Well my tremor seems to be going at least, maybe time to try something serious now I can draw again.
  2. Started painting again after a long layoff. My Wacom Intuos 3 large died after many years of service. Trying to get used to my new tablet a Huion Inspiroy Q11K V2. https://www.amazon.co.uk/HUION-INSPIROY-Upgraded-Wireless-Battery-free/dp/B07G8SPXF5/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1541357979&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=huion+inspiroy+q11k+v2&psc=1 Seems more than up to the Wacom and very pleased, works well with AP. Sketch a bit rough but then I'm rusty.
  3. Err yes..for me. Both have different strengths. AP is a superb editor with great painting tools krita is a superb painter with great editing tools. Serif certainly deserve to keep and expand their client base so respectful diplomacy here.
  4. Hah! maybe I'm just too honest. It;s ok I'm the laid back sort it doesn't matter man.
  5. Hey if anyone objects I'll remove it. I sort of jumped between both so MOD gods you judge. Nice painting engine in Affinity though and great editing tools, it's up to you.
  6. Affinity photo and Krita. Personal work.
  7. Alright! Looks like Brian Ferry. Top job.
  8. Bashed out on Saturday. Hope someone likes this weak ass stuff it was fun to do. Note on brushes: when I originally bought AF I loaded a bunch of PS brushes into it.I admit I've never used any of them. Chimping with the defaults and the Daub brushes seems to get you anything from smoke to details. y
  9. Weekend fun character painting. Hope someone likes it. Really quite amazed at the versatility of the old classic smudge as a real painting tool.
  10. Finished this to a satisfactory level. Painted on a budget HP laptop that cost me £350. A3 processor and 8GB RAM. Hat's off to the developers. Link to WIP:
  11. Going quite well. What do you think? Personally I get on with the brush engine. Would like a colour picker, ( floating colour wheel) but never mind. Got about half way with this scene up to now.
  12. Very interesting thread and beautiful work by the way. I have been involved in threads where Affinity's brush engine has come under fire so it is nice to see an example of high quality work. I agree with the canvas flip and would like a Krita like set of tools on the buttons of my intuos stylus. Later release hopefully. As an aside for those who do not know human children are not nice. This is an apt design. I'd better edit this :) my partner has three, two twin girls who are ADHD. We work hard ... they call us names..such is life. x
  13. Rough layout usually around 1200 to 2000 pixels on the longest side, as the picture progresses I resize to whatever the system can handle, I tend to keep my layers down to no more than five. DPI is irrelevant without text.
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