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  1. https://communicats.blogspot.com/2020/09/cartoonish-vector-t-shirt-design.html
  2. In 2017 I started a cartoon blog (https://endsandoddsblog.wordpress.com) and posted a bunch of random cartoon drawings I made with Affinity Designer. I recently restarted posting and thought I'd post the new ones here.
  3. I've always like the concept of GUIDs (Globally Unique IDentifiers), and I like the sound of them "Goo eid". I've always talked and joked about them at my work (I'm known for always giving new people GUIDs when they start 🙂 ). On our company Intranet I had a chat group called GUIDs where I'd paste random GUIDs and sometimes facts about them every now and then. A while back I started drawing some cartoons and posting them there. I draw them with Affinity Designer, and I thought I'd post them here.
  4. Sketched in Procreate and finished in Designer on iPad (I’d use Photo, but the touch gesture paste isn’t working...). Looking at uploading a process video soon
  5. Thumbs up — Cute 3D crocodile cartoon character design Concept: Jordan Koch Sculpted and painted in ZBrush, Rendered in Blender, post-processed using Affinity Photo Hope you like it! 😊 🔗 metinseven.nl #alligator #crocodile #cute #cartoon #toy #character #designer #illustration #affinity #affinityphoto #blender3d #b3d #zbrush
  6. I came across this in the DAZ Studio forums, and thought it may be of interest to people who don't know DAZ Studio. https://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/393106/daz-studio-affinity-designer#latest (Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this, but it seemed the best of the choices available.)
  7. La posibilidades que aporta pixel persona son fantasticas, me estoy acostumbrando poco a poco a affinity designer y realmente me encanta.
  8. Hello, I made a few layouts for basic cartoon pages. My template created for A4 page, and I used margins 10mm. I created 1/4, 1/3, 2/3, 1/2, full width picture boxes, and few combinations. Here is my Publisher template, and assets for add quick boxes. I used Master pages for guides and layouts. I hope will more creative layout from anyone for cartoons. Use free, and enjoy! Here is two files in one pack: Basic cartoon layouts.zip
  9. I wonder if someone knows what combination of adjustment layers and filters create a effect similar to effect #4 of FXCartoonizer. The online tool can be used here: http://www.cartoonize.net/FXCartoonizer/ The tool can't be customized and I wish to do something very similar in Affinity Photo fore more control (and no dependency to a new tool). I'm aware of the following two linked tutorials which are nice starting points but nowhere near the thing I'm looking for. I attached two samples what it does to my photos and personally I'm pretty excited. Maybe one tells me that my excitement is not justified and this effect can be achieved pretty simple with some combination of adjument and effect layers. If so I hope that someone feels motivated to create a tutorial how to get there. I don't even know if this is really a "cartoon effect" or something else. Thank you for any guidance. --- The tutorials I have found on the forums regarding this:
  10. Timed drawings accordingly. Deteriorating quality and character name is just hillarious. Could’ve performed better if I could swap tools and configurations faster in Affinity Designer for iPad... Any tips on that end?
  11. I did a sketch of a cartoon Alita after watching the movie way back. Never got around to actually fleshing it out. What i like about AD for iPad is the really clean lines with the pencil tool + stabiler + editable line weight. I'll be documenting my progress every session I give time for this piece.
  12. A 5-hour work on the iPad Pro, the former of the previous work with the program called Nasrettin hoca, prepared by the Affinity Designer program with the vector coloring. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6tmgaMsDgs&t=3s
  13. Is there any tutorials for something like this or can someone point me in the right direction? Any help greatly appreciated https://youtu.be/oQbZfm4pK4Q
  14. General Mayhem — cartoony vector character design and illustration. Hope you like it.
  15. Hello - - new to the forums, so I apologize in advance if I am being a knucklehead in general. I'm trying to clean up/sharpen line art in Affinity Photo. In Photoshop I would select the line art, select 'Levels' and then adjust to get the desired level of sharpness. My forum digging suggests that in Affinity Photo, the 'Threshold Adjustment' should achieve the same result. The issue I'm running into is that when I place the Threshold Adjustment directly above the line art layer, it allows me to make the line art as crisp as I'd like but it also applies to every other layer below it. When I try to move the Threshold Adjustment as a child layer (I hope that's the right name for docking it underneath the line art layer) the adjustment is no longer affecting the layers below - but it's also not affecting the line art I'm trying to sharpen either. When I drag the adjustment to a child layer - BOOM - the line art gets fuzzy again. . I assume there's a simple solution I'm just missing. Thought I'd ask the experts. Thanks in advance.
  16. Hey all! This is my new video about painting in Affinity Photo @AffinitybySerif Share please and thanks for watching!
  17. Here's a quick and simple way I used to create a cartoon efffect. Duplicate background layer. High-pass adjustment layer (as child of duplicate), radius about 10 (don't use any blend mode). Threshold layer (as child of duplicate), adjust to see outlines (up to 49%). Blend mode of duplicate: Overlay. Fiddle with adjustments to your heart's content. Ole. Sample below and .afphoto attached. cartoon.afphoto
  18. Animated in After Effects admittedly, but all the artwork was created in Affinity Designer. It's all possible, you just need to think about the workflow a little bit. TV_kid.mp4
  19. I'm a member of a Music Production/DJ group called Ultimate Rejects (UR). This piece was made using vectors and alot of stroke work with customized pressure graphs. The hand to the left is making the letter 'U' symbol in sign language and the hand on the right is making the letter 'R'. The hands were difficult too draw by memory as I'm not a natural artist so i drew it on paper first and imported a snapshot into the project. The image on the cap is our logo. Paying for artwork for our albums and singles became costly so I purchased AD & AP in Oct. 2016 so I def consider myself one of the 'day ones' lol. ~ Joel - Self taught Graphic Designer.
  20. I’d love to reproduce the effect from this photoshop tutorial! Any pointers? Cartoon Effect in Photoshop Tutorial
  21. Hi all, hope all is well, its been a while since I posted any updates. I've finally completed the first of many children's picture books, you may have seen a copy a while back, but I wasn't happy with the end results from the printers and there has been many, many changes. I have also designed the website in Affinity Designer which contains games and free activities for schools and parents. Ohhh My Strawberry Monkey is the series of books and are stories of friendship based around a cute, pink, lovable, but somewhat clumsy monkey who will certainly cause a few chuckles. The website is mystrawberrymonkey.com and you can find our first paperback here on Amazon If you have grandkids, kids, nieces or nephews go check this out! Allan Thompson
  22. Done a t-shirt design for a client just white on a black shirt - just decided to have a mess around adding colour using the Frankentoon brushes - They're mainly the Frankentoon nomad brushes which I purchased as soon as I had a quick play around with the brushes that came with the Designer 1.6 free promo
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