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  • Birthday 11/08/1986

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  1. IMO tags according to specific software should be color coded as software icons to better visibility. Only blue badge looks blend and its hard to navigate. Ex.
  2. Holly molly, first thoughts was that's counterfeit forums - so much different :D But my eyes hurts with all this whites is there possibilities switch to dark mode?
  3. Overall thinking, this is a shame, there is no really good software (beside Krita and Blender) that can produce print ready results. I understand, linux users would love to have an open source alternative, and that Serif as a company need to make money, as they develop great apps, and neet it to get company running, and earn - this is perfectly fine. I understand standpoint that *some* of Linux users whoes says that on that system souldn't be any paid software (or at least commercial in any form), in the end this is fully opened source envirioment (beside some examples like enterprise solutions etc.). Just look at problems with graphic card drivers, You need to install *proprietary * drivers alone in some distros, and on some this is just impossible to do, cause the open-source nature. I also understand, that Serif is worried about small Linux userbase that would buy software on Linux, and that they cannot get back money and reources invested to port their software. And also that, there is so many Linux flavours, hardvare combinations etc. that would have negative influence on porting software. Just imagine situation when users buys software and it's laggy or evend to not run, on system just because there is some differencies in kernels/x-driver or something else. But I cannot understand that *any* of big players on graphic design software companies field, cannot at least try to make Linux users life easier, trough a ports or at least improve usage by helping Wine team. Personally I think that would give only good PR, and first company that step inside Linux world, would be for first a pioneer, and for second *winner* on that field, which could be a perminent trend, an maybe which some time earn new userbase. I know many fellow indie gamedevs, working strongly in Linux space, and having only second partition with Windows for graphic workflow, and they would love to play around only on Linux. And now Me, for most time I'm a proffesional graphic designer (working in this industry over 15 years), but in recent time as a hobby rather than a job, I'm building mobile apps and games, mostly working on them on Linux, and this would be perfect when i wasn't forced to reboot to second os every time when i need to modify or make new assets. So - yes, I would love to see Affinity software on Linux platform. Sorry for a long post, but this is only my thinking about this case.
  4. I Bet it was Poland, and this is contest published at ppe.pl oh and @Kapuan - "Kapłan"? :>
  5. This piece especially reminds me Polish Hip Hop Squad "APP" with thiers music video art styles... Overall Good Job!
  6. Until there is no replacement for InDesign, I can't afford to completely switch out of Adobe. Simply as that.
  7. Nice artwork, it reminds me game called "Samorost" (See examples at Google images), which I've loved for the artwork. Thanks for sharing brushes
  8. Background color and product placement reminds me somewhat a Douglas adverts (at least Polish ones, I do not know how they are looking in other countries ;)) You can see example here.
  9. bor

    borzgroły

    Another piece is a logo for my small project. PACZ STUDIO (reads as: PATCH STUDIO in Polish, and it's transle as fonetic LOOK/WATCH STUDIO) is my new investment into myself, but this is story for another time I made it simple, and bold for reasons. If You have any suggestions, feel free to comment, but right now I don't think I'll be changing anything about it.
  10. Let's get it straight: You need a PC that have HDMI and USB (for 13HD, 13 PRO needs usb 3 type c, and display port), at least tablet have nothing to PC - this is just a pointing hardware and work's just like a monitor. More powerful machine let You work more efficient with large format works - and it's based on my own thoughts. My spec: Wacom Cintiq PRO 13, 22HD Touch and some other brands like HUION. PC: i7 4790K, 32 GB of Ram, and Geforce 1080 (non ti version), and it works just fine with large canvas sizes and many vector objects.
  11. bor

    borzgroły

    Hey there, from time to time I will post some of my pictures, so feel free to visit and put some feedback. All presented works are made for fun - my commercial works stay where they belong for now. First image is done quite quickly about 40-50min in AD, and as You can see there is still problem witch jagged lines (fast drawed lines like on sweter). Here is Jerzy Kukuczka, one of greatest Himalaist of all time.
  12. Also for album cover Great art style though.
  13. Also enormous file size, some kind problems according to video codecs and formats. Better way is linking to streaming media platform such as Youtube or Vimeo.
  14. Trial lasts for 10 days, and it's not subscription/cloud based, so noone can tell, when You installed software better than You
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