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  1. Batman and joker illustration, one of the important heroes of popular culture. I hope you will like it. For those who are curious about the production process, the video is on my youtube channel. Link >> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCATDXq4Y_mVf4U_cLkcKm4w
  2. Hello, here is a series of macOS system icon designs. I admit that I don't really appreciate the current icon of the Finder made in Apple: this silly smile is a toy that is not serious enough (and design). I also propose below the A. Designer file (format 1024 x 1024 px) with the three colors, as well as an Automator script to transform the .PNG files into .ICNS System ICONS.afdesign.zip PNG → ICNS.workflow.zip
  3. So my good buddy calls me says I need a CD/album cover in like a few days. Apparently, as we artists are the last to learn there's been all sorts of contemplations that the designer is only privy to after significant procrastination. Then come to find out that a late night decision the release is to be under their newly independent label. This has no effect on my process. I've done many graphics for the band, and even played in a side band or two with em. So yes, of course I'm in. The title track is a Burt Bacharach cover, so the idea was to make the 'album' cover appear as a dusted out 70's LP, replete with the 'I've been sitting in Mom's basement' look. Here's the final. This is the first time I've used Affinity Suite exclusively for a project like this. Just wanted to share. The suite works well, glad to do a full project with it. Thanks.
  4. I create Gig posters for my band and record label (Das Kapitans and Socks On Records). Designer is so easy to use for them. What do you think?
  5. Had an idea for a T-shirt design. I guess it could also be used for a cloisonné (sp?) pin or button. I my wife suggested the use of the Raven (due to it's role in folklore and myth) as the main focal point. What I discovered is that I can drag from the browser window to the Affinity Designer window graphics to use as reference. Sure is easier than downloading them and then placing them. Also shout-out to Pure Ref (pureref.com) for an amazing "digital corkboard" where I can put pix on for reference and have that window float above all other windows. Cool little app. Mac and Windows versions, btw.
  6. Hello Designers! In this video I show how to recreate the Affinity Designer Logo using the Horizontal Triangular grid. Affinity Designer Logo.afdesign
  7. my illustration created today Minimal design style plus Colorful, With flat shadow, using subtile texture. my design philosophy, less is more made using affinity designer on ipad pro
  8. hello, here is my "Serie about Geometric Birds". They are for sale - just in case - just let me know. Thanks
  9. Taking some tips from other users about my Panther motorcycle drawing, i have tried to make my 3rd drawing look a bit more realistic, still not perfect, but I am still learning and it is very absorbing. Trouble is when i get near the end i am in a hurry to see it finished, anyone else do this?
  10. few mistakes but overall im pleased with the result. hope to do better and better
  11. I reinterpreted the "Phoenix", which is included in the legends of many different cultures and has survived to this day, in my own style. ==
  12. Starting with Affinity Designer I bought a licence for Affinity Designer earlier this morning and then installed Affinity Designer and tried it out. I used an A4 size page, the default brush, and I just picked a colour from somewhere in the green part of the colour wheel. Hand-drawn using the touchpad on a laptop computer. I produced a PDF, attached. William first.pdf
  13. This is a work that I did for a video tutorial and now I've done a guide for it. you guys can use as tutorial to learn how I like to built my designs. enjoy! insta: @jhonatan.ssilva youtube.com/jhonatanssilva
  14. I was hit with inspiration to make these. I have a group of city icons as well, like Boston, Montreal, Prague... I t was fun to do and helped me learn more skills in Designer and how to get the most out of the app.
  15. “Bernadette” is a semi-realistic drawing that I created with Affinity Designer. AD is a (truly) excellent tool for vector graphics, but it also offers the best conditions for creating drawings and digital painting in the pixel range. more about this work: https://www.bodobe.de/zeichnung-mit-affinity-designer/ Best regards, stay healthy 😌
  16. This is the first project using a process I'm developing for colored engraving, on a Nomad CNC machine, of faux ivory substrates, for inlay into jewelry boxes. The process needs more improvement but I was happy enough with the results to begin a second piece. It begins with the creation of the artwork in Designer. The actual oval is smaller than show, at least on my screen, about 130 mm wide. The lines to be engraved are 0.15 mm apart. Here is the graphic depiction of the lines to be engraved by the machine. The red color represents one pass out of a total of seven necessary to keep the colors separate. The final product inset into the box. The box itself, a gift to my niece. She wanted a "tree" and "daisies" although I gave her Tidytips instead.
  17. Made this with affinity designer . No raster layers , only vectors
  18. It has been a while since I've shared anything here on the forums but I haven't been slacking. I've been enjoying playing around with Publisher and I've been using Designer as much as I can. I've also been busy toiling away on a bunch of projects and I thought I would share one with you that I've been working on for close to a year now. I have been working on it in my spare time before and after work to help relieve stress but it took much longer than I had expected. I completed most of it with my old iMac (a 2009 with only 4 gigabytes of RAM) but the last quarter of it I did with a Mac that was much more powerful and it was so much faster (still an old Mac but with more RAM and a better processor)! To me, seeing that people can create complex drawings using old hardware is a testament to how well Designer is made. My compliments to MattP and everyone on the Designer Team at Serif for all of your hard work. I'm looking forward to Designer version 2.0 to see what other wonderful tools you will give us to use. My version is roughly based on an old European print from 1480 or so (the original title I believe is The Tempting of St. Anthony). Everything was done using Affinity Designer on a Mac running Mojave and everything is vector. I used several versions of Designer but I think mostly 1.7.1 and 1.7.2. If you like this drawing, check out my other drawings of Don Quixote and The Four Horsemen. Thanks for taking the time to view my work and I hope that you enjoy it. Hokusai
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