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  1. Portrait drawing, oil crayons, acrylics; NOT edited with AP, simply photographed. :o ;) :) http://b-bertuleit.de/helena/
  2. bodobe

    Mr. B.

    Mr. B., vector illustration (AD) :) Screenshots are edited with AP. http://b-bertuleit.de/different-eyes/
  3. Portrait, oil painting, photographed, edited with Affinity Photo. http://b-bertuleit.de/portrait/
  4. Hi everyone! I'm learning photo processing with Affinity Photo, and actually I don't have much experience with photo processing at all. So I found official tutorials extremely useful! But I can't find much tutorials related to specific area - color toning techniques for portraits. I believe it's a kind of specific because often people and background objects are processed differently to achieve some artistic effects and get high quality works. Of course, there are many tutorials for LR and Photoshop, but it's twice harder to learn something new that way. I'd appreciate any links or hints on how to dive into this. Just a couple of toning samples I liked in attachments.
  5. Handmade ;) A portrait drawing with (oil chalk) pencils & and watercolors (just some contrast and brightness settings in AP). http://b-bertuleit.de/red-blue-amber/
  6. (vector) portrait (AD). http://b-bertuleit.de/cate-the-cat/
  7. bodobe


    My vector graphic “Luna 2" edited by AP :) http://b-bertuleit.de/luna-2/
  8. Hi folks, here comes a portrait, made with AD⚡AP :) http://b-bertuleit.de/r-e-s-p-e-c-t/
  9. Vector illustration (AD), do you like it? http://b-bertuleit.de/luna-d-ray-2/
  10. bodobe

    Cate ♡

    Portrait of Cate (The Cat), Vector Illustration (Affinity Designer). Do you like it, maybe? http://b-bertuleit.de/cate-the-cat/
  11. Hello, I bought Affinity Designer a few days ago. I had practically no experience with vector graphics. I tried Illustrator once, but found out I needed to see tutorials or read books in order to use it (maybe I am just too dumb). With AD I started drawing right away and with almost no documentation needed (though it would be nice to have an actual manual other than the Help in AD). All critiques are welcome! Thanks!
  12. Peter Gabriel comes with some special effects from AP :)
  13. This work is untitled (provisionally) - I’m looking for a suitable title for this pic. What does it say to you? Road ..., dream ..., and / or … whatever?? I'm pretty curious about your ideas :) :rolleyes: :) ...
  14. A simple portrait (Vector Illustration), made with love. The feather boa has made me almost crazy ... ;)
  15. tailored taylored - portrait drawing with AD, maybe you like it.
  16. bodobe


    A little taste of retro: vector illustration (AD), finished with Affinity Photo beta.
  17. vector drawing (AD), edited with APh (effects). I try Affinity Photo beta, and what can I say ... it’s damn good! :rolleyes:
  18. Another vector portrait. I love to work with the pen tool, the gradient- & gaussian tool ^_^
  19. My girlfriend took a picture of me and I created a vector-based portrait from it. It looks simple but it wasn't for me. I'm still getting used to vectors.
  20. Recently I had a client for a portrait shoot. She is an actress and someone really talented and full of crazy ideas. The resulting images where very good and but I wanna do something different so I played a bit with Affinity Photo and this is the result.
  21. Here are a couple of new images I made this week. I borrowed the pose of a celebrity and designed a new outfit for her and a new environment earlier in the week. I love this one. :-) This evening I also redrew a previous sketch I made during a Sunday service of a woman and her child who sat across from me at the time more than a year ago. (I often stealth sketch people Sunday morning while listening to the sermon because, well, we're both sitting in the same place for an hour and why not?... it keeps my hands occupied, anyway, and they're too busy to notice.)
  22. Downloaded the software this morning after seeing it on Facebook. Took some getting used to. Everything done in Affinity Photo except liquify. Check out the before and after images.
  23. Okay! So I have finished drawing my first lady villain; Cruella de Vil was a LOT of fun to draw. I loved the Disney movie as a kid and I am ashamed to say that I have not read the book, although I just picked it up to read on an online library. That'll happen maybe later on today. :-) "A large car was coming towards them. .... A woman came out onto the front-door steps. She was wearing a tight fitting emerald satin dress, several ropes of rubies, and an absolutely simple white mink cloak, which reached to the high heels of her ruby-red shoes. She had dark skin, black eyes with a tinge of red in them, and a very pointed nose. Her hair was parted severely down the middle and one half of it was black and the other white-- rather unusual." 101 Dalmations, Dodie Smith I've taken a couple of liberties because I felt they worked better with the design; namely, the coat and the hair. I'm still rather pleased with how this turned out, though. Also, this is a call for female villains from literature. I'd like some more ideas; I have a few-- Shine, from Archer's Goon by Diana Wynne Jones (plus a few others; DWJ had a THING about evil older ladies due to mother issues of her own, apparently), the Medusa, Belatrix Black or Dolores Umbridge from Harry Potter, and the infamous principal Agatha Trunchbull of Matilda's school by Roald Dahl, and the Winter Queen from the Dresden series too, perhaps. Anyway, critiques welcome! More villains to come later.
  24. So I was messing about with Affinity Designer and I experimented with some line/pressure work and a style I haven't used before in this program. I'm not sure how I feel about it! All that's to say, critiques are welcome here... I've seen some pretty cool pen work around the forums lately and thought I'd give it a shot myself, especially since normally I play with converting shapes. :-) This was fun though!
  25. General UI Layout: Vertical Space Usage There's something that drives me _bananas_ about PS Elements; but it's also a concern about almost every graphics & photo app in existence: Most User Interfaces squander valuable vertical screen real estate, heedlessly and unnecessarily. Here's the situation: - Modern screens are much wider than tall. - Many people spend at least some of their productive time working on a little laptop screen. - Even with Retina displays, it's often necessary to limit screen res, for UI legibility. - Documents, layouts and graphics are just as likely to be portrait orientation, as landscape. So obviously vertical space is way more likely to be a problem than horizontal. When you're working on a portrait style page or a tall object, every last vertical pixel is precious. (Worst case scenario: Editing a portrait in PS Elements, you're lucky to have 30% of screen pixels for your image!! Absurd.) This is probably more of a request for the upcoming Affinity Photo app; but it sure would be useful to have in Designer, too: It would be über useful to have at least the option of getting all interface elements off to the sides to allocate all vertical resources to the document/page. 2 different UI layout presets, maybe? – 1 for landscape, 1 for portrait? Thanks for your consideration!
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