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  1. Jak Gunn

    Eye colour change

    Hi Bethany, On the Affinity store there are a set of brushes for sale that can be transformed into a flame effect. The brushes are by xresch on Deviant art. https://www.deviantart.com/xresch/art/Affinity-Photo-Tutorial-Fast-Fire-Effect-774035785 Can you create a tutorial for us to create the same effect please? Many thanks indeed.
  2. Hi Bethany, I think you sent me a message and I seem to have 'lost' it! Can you resend please?
  3. Hi Bethany, On the Affinity store there are a set of brushes for sale that can be transformed into a flame effect. The brushes are by xresch on Deviant art. https://www.deviantart.com/xresch/art/Affinity-Photo-Tutorial-Fast-Fire-Effect-774035785 Can you create a tutorial for us to create the same effect please? Many thanks indeed.
  4. Many thanks Walt, appreciated. Part of the problem is that I'm sure he uses keyboard shortcuts and of course you can't see those.
  5. Hi all, happy new year to you I have very recently downloaded the smoke and cloud brush set from the Affinity shop and I'm struggling, can anyone help? The reason I downloaded them is that the smoke can be coloured to look like flames according to the site adverts. There is a Youtube video link, the trouble is the video that you are linked to is so fast and does not any have commentary so it is extremely difficult to follow. Also Reto, the creator uses keyboard shortcuts and so there are no on screen clues if you know what I mean? What I am after is a more detailed guide as to how colour the brushes. On the video he uses the Channel Mixer or Gradient Map but when I try it I have no such luck. Can anyone help please?
  6. Jak Gunn

    Cinemascope

    Many thanks indeed for the clip, a great help
  7. Jak Gunn

    Cinemascope

    Many thanks for the welcome, and thank you for the tip That works just fine, thank you
  8. Jak Gunn

    Cinemascope

    Another curious thing, my buttons 'Resize' and 'Cancel' are opposite to yours. My Cancel is to the left, and Resize is to the right.
  9. Jak Gunn

    Cinemascope

    Many thanks indeed. That is the procedure I am following, but when I click resize, I just reclaim the part of the image I cropped out? Not a blank canvas?
  10. Jak Gunn

    Cinemascope

    Hi all, an update. I open my image and then crop to 2.35:1. That works fine. I've saved that crop as a custom ratio. That is now the correct aspect ratio for the final complete image. Using the guides in this post, thank you all, I then resize canvas. When I apply an amount all I manage to achieve is a reclaim of my original image. It does not give me a blank increase that I can fill with black? What am I doing wrong please?
  11. I found the tutorials on this site very useful to me. Recommended. Also the help given by forum members has been very helpful If you need some help, just ask.
  12. Jak Gunn

    Cinemascope

    Thank you DarkClown. I'll give that a whirl as soon as I can.
  13. Jak Gunn

    Cinemascope

    Excellent, so is there a tutorial using Affinity on this forum for me to follow please?
  14. Jak Gunn

    Cinemascope

    OK. 16:9 is the final document size with a 2.35:1 image. How can I achieve that please? The dimensions are quite important to match the original Cinemascope films and aspect ratios.
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