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  1. Hey guys, I just recently found out about the live perspective filter – how could I miss this important filter?! :o This filter is awesome! It’s similar to my beloved Smart Objects from Photoshop, if not better considering in combination with other live filters like DOF! So I thought why not share my first »just-replace-and-you’re-ready-to-go« file. :D In case you want to try – here’s the download. A nice and simple DIN letterhead mockup to demonstrate how cool this filter works, maybe it saves you time somehow. ;) You may need to further adjust it to your liking. Have a nice day Dennis
  2. Hi, I'm trying desperately to ditch Photoshop but have a couple of issues I am having problems recreating in Affinity Photo. I am trying to create a mockup file that has a framed image in perspective in a hall - imagine an art gallary view looking down a corridor. I have all the frames in situ, but want to be able to add and change the content of those frames from embedded images that are then transformed with the perspective tool. This I can do manually, but I'd like to be able to get the embedded images in position then be able to easily change the embedded file for new images which automatically update the perspective in the main image. I create lots of digital art and like to frame it in a realistic looking setting so need to do this on a regular basis. In Photoshop I would have used a smart object to do this easily but am having trouble in AP - as soon as I apply the perspective tool the embedded photo seems to be frozen and no longer am I able to replace the embedded image and have it update in AP. I noticed a video tutorial in AD about placing a logo on a billboard and then changing the embedded file, but there doesnt appear to be a perspective tool in AD so again I'm stuck. Anybody out there solved this one? Regards Gareth
  3. Hello from the other side! :) I am just working on a project of designing the candy bar packaging and since I'm too lazy to google, I created my own lo-fi mockup myself in AFD. Then I thought it'd be pity if I leave it just to myself. So here's an exlusive Yell candy bar mockup for y'all! :D CandyBarMockup.afdesign It's not the best one, but I didn't find any other mockup made for Affinity (I was forced to google that so I didn't post anything which already exists :)), so if you want to improve this, I encourage you to do so :) Also, feel free to share your awesome designs using this to inspire other people in this amazing community :) (and to bump this post so others can actually find it) Document info: mm units A4 artboard Generic CMYK Profile Place your design inside CANDY BAR object below 3D SHADOWS layer.
  4. I tried finding this question posted but couldn't seem to find exactly what I was looking for. I'm trying to modify a Mobile UI Mockup that I did in another application, I want to place it on top of a screen on a phone at an angle which involves screwing the imported image in Affinity Designer. I know you can get this effect using 'convert to curves' with a vector shape but I can't seem to find anything equivalent for imported JPEG or PNG images. I included pictures in a couple of links, as an example of what I'm trying to accomplish, in case I'm not being very clear. Any help with this would be very much appreciated! I'm sure I saw this being done in Affinity Photo but can't figure it out in Designer unfortunately. http://designshack.net/wp-content/uploads/iphone-mockup-psds-24.jpg http://visionwidget.com/images/2016/0123/Isometric_Perspective_MockUp.jpg Thanks very much!
  5. Hello everyone, after a long time I am posting more material, this time a Imac and keyboard, I did, in Affinity designer I hope you enjoy
  6. 1. HTC one mockup (how to use: http://footof.tumblr.com/post/128198265431/htc-one-mockup-for-affinity-designer-affinity) 2 & 3. iOS and WP set of icons creating file (not the icon itself, but rather resources for developers, additional info: http://footof.tumblr.com/post/129307198541/templates-to-create-set-of-ios-icons-for-app-store) htc one mock up.afdesign icons set WP.afdesign icons set iOS.afdesign
  7. Hey guys! Today I played around with the displace live filter. It’s a very nice and powerful tool to simulate folds of cloths, but also cracks in walls (like shown in one of the official tutorial videos by Affinity), grainy paper textures and so on … This is my first »tutorial« … ever. If you may call it one. So forgive me for eventual mistakes. Though It’s pretty much self-explanatory and not that hard to follow, I think. ;) Like I captioned the video: basically you want to create a separate image with a greyscale profile (at least that’s how I do it), reduced noise and texture plus a good balance between high, low and mid values. Grey fabrics work best if you want to change the colour afterwards. Maybe this helps, have fun playing around with different backgrounds! ;) Cheers Dennis
  8. Here's a quick mockup I did in Affinity Photo and Designer for a signage project. These guys build small, pre-fab homes using reclaimed materials. Really beautiful stuff. Anyway, I was commissioned to design a sign using their existing type mark which would be visible from the frontage road. I shot the wooden sign and metal frame with my iPhone 5S, processed in Photo to straighten the perspective and lens distortions, color correct, etc, then sent it to Designer to add type, decided to work with lighting effects in Photo (which I then realized could edit within Designer — I LOVE this functionality). Anyway, it was such a fluid process I loved it! I actually started doing the project in Illustrator out of habit; after I imported the photo and added the type with a drop shadow, Illustrator was just painfully slow. So I quit Illustrator, launched Affinity Designer and enjoyed the process 10X more with affinity's silky-smooth experience... those Adobe folks have been sitting on their laurels for too long. Now, when can we get all Affinity apps as ONE comprehensive design environment with multiple-personas which the user purchases and activates as needed? I like the Send to Photo… and Send to Designer… options, but I'd rather switch personas and not apps. Plus that functionality is still buggy, often times it tells me it can't find the other app I'm trying to send the file to... In any case, I'm falling more and more in love with Affinity apps each time I use them. Keep it coming guys!
  9. Hey guys, so after seeing the infamous "flat mac" freebie mockup available online, I was inspired to attempt to recreate it using only Affinity Designer. Thoughts?
  10. Hello I have used PS to edit mockups end replacing the needed artwork. You do this by editing the content from a layer in the PSD file. I am wondering how you do this in affinity photo?
  11. I would like to see how you use Affinity Designer and/or Photo for mockups from sites like Graphicburger, how you prepare your stuff with the Affinity apps for presenting it to clients, online battles or a portfolio. It would be very helpful for me and other newbies. thx.
  12. Hey Everyone, Just wanted to share this. I guess I'm getting better with the app. Awesome!
  13. EDIT: See updated screenshots in #3 It's already been requested a couple of times...we can always hope B)
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