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  1. Hi everyone, I recently wrote a post on my blog covering my workflow regarding the steps I follow when I'm editing a portrait. I also made available a PDF file with the same checklist I use so you can download it. The post is available both is Portuguese and English. [PT] http://blog.pedrosoares.photo/lista-de-tarefas-edicao-de-retrato/ [EN] http://blog.pedrosoares.photo/portrait-retouching-checklist/?lang=en There are also other articles talking about Affinity and other free resources. Let me know if it was useful. Cheers
  2. The face was created from scratch in AP, the tattoos were drawn in AD. Progress of portrait visible at: https://communicats.blogspot.com/2017/08/digital-portrait-of-ns-captain-world.html
  3. I airbrushed this years ago on T-shirt, but it contained errors due to the printed reference image heating up and deforming in the projector caused by the projector lamp's radiation heat. I corrected the image using the Liquify Persona and added texture with custom made brushes and detail. It is one of the reasons I switched to digital art creation, particularly after digital printing improved dramatically. The image is Quanah Parker, a famous Comanche chief who never lost a battle against the British and American army. He gave up fighting after he realized that wars were going to decimate his people.
  4. Pure Vector, no pixels, some coffees https://b-bertuleit.de/butterfly-vector-portrait/
  5. Audrey Hepburn: Moon River (Vector) Portrait (Affinity Designer/Photo) https://b-bertuleit.de/audrey-hepburn-portrait/
  6. Vector Graphics/Portraits (Works without pixels), Affinity Designer. https://b-bertuleit.de/vektorzeichnungen/
  7. Hello, today I've been having fun with the Tone Mapping Persona and I wanted to share these 20 portrait presets with you. Of course, you can use them on anything that is not a portrait, too. Enjoy! Antonio Santos 20 Portrait Presets.aftonemap
  8. Experimenting with creating vector woodcut portraits, which is a bit of a nuisance. Many things to consider when constructing such drawings. Still a tad confusing at this point. After four trials and errors I arrived at this level of design complexity. I used my vector portrait of Abe Lincoln as the image for this test. I believe the trick is to find the right way to set up the masking strokes after which basically any image can be used to build a woodcut portrait. Working method: Create a sine line Duplicate it until entire page is covered Select all lines and ‘Expand Stroke’ Combine all expanded strokes – after which they will show as a single ‘Curve’ in the Layers panel Duplicate a number times of your choice Rotate each of them to different angles, making sure they cover entire page – you have to enlarge them until they do Import an image Duplicate it to the same number of combined strokes / Curves that you duplicated in step 5 Apply a different ‘Treshold’ level to the original image and duplicates Rasterize all images Drag each image inside a curve so that the Curve serves as a mask Make sure none of the Curves has a fill or stroke width assigned Remarks: The combined strokes shown as Curves will show up over the images. Hit the Magnifier Zoom tool to see the result without the Curves overlaying them Each Curve containing the rasterized image can be manipulated in several ways – opacity, type of filter I attached the Affinity Designer file to study for those interested. Woodcut test AL portrait 3a.afdesign
  9. Vector Graphic - Portrait created with Affinity Designer. Guaranteed without pixels http://b-bertuleit.de/vektor-grafik-portrait/
  10. Portait of the German writer Thomas Mann, created with afphoto (various brushes). In exile (USA) he fought against the Nazi state, and there he said: Where I am is Germany. Thomas Mann was born in my hometown Lübeck, where there are also many facilities and memories of him (Buddenbrookhaus). http://b-bertuleit.de/portrait-watercolors/
  11. bodobe

    another portrait

    A special portrait with beautiful colors http://b-bertuleit.de/augen-farben/
  12. When I'm editing a sunset photo with people in the foreground I select the sky to enhance colors then I flip my selection to brighten the people & the foreground because that part of the photo is often under exposed. Because I'm editing the two halves of the photo separately, there is often a grey and sometimes neon yellow line that gets created where the two halves of the photo meet (right down the selection line). Is there a best practices way to avoid or fix this issue so it looks less edited? I've noticed even slight enhancements can cause this line. Thanks, I'm new to all things photo editing!
  13. A vector portrait created with Affinity Designer. Take a look at this http://b-bertuleit.de/cate-vector-drawing/ Download the original file (Affinity Designer), if you like it. Cate.afdesign
  14. This is a retouch I did just for kicks. Sara is a friend and professional stylist I've worked with many times. Developed and edited in ProPhoto RGB space from RAW camera source.
  15. TonyJ

    Bat Ears

    Weekend fun character painting. Hope someone likes it. Really quite amazed at the versatility of the old classic smudge as a real painting tool.
  16. Hi, I have opened a previous document to edit and wish to change from portrait to landscape but can't deselect the portrait option when I reopen document setup. Any ideas on what the problem could be? Thanks
  17. This is my first work in Affinity Designer. Didn't expected to enjoy this software this much after only few days of using it. I call this one "Red Moon" I hope you'll like it.
  18. vinmunoz

    Portrait Retouching

    I can't find a thread for portrait retouching. If there's already, please point me there and remove this thread.
  19. Just showin the capabilities of retouching photos with affinity photo for iPad. A before and after
  20. giantlobsterprd

    A quick portrait

    This morning's random posting. The devil is making work for some very idle hands at the moment. Still – back to the paid work on Monday.
  21. I would like to distort some portrait images in a kinda weird-ish way. The way I have it in my mind is as if the images were melting, you know like candle wax running down the side of a bottle or like ink which has come into contact with water and the image is partially distorted. Is this possible and if so what is the best way to go about it? ~ Much'O Thanks in advance.
  22. Here is available an attractive "Water Head" "Photo Manipulation" like Water Dispersion in Affinity Photo. It is an easy to understand "Affinity Photo Tutorial". In this tutorial you learn how to remove or change background a photo and then manipulate into an "Amazing Portrait" Here is see the tutorial : Link
  23. Affinity Designer vector illustration of my daughter at 19-days old. No pixels or vector brushes used here, just good old fashioned strokes and filled paths. Masks, transparency tool, layer FX and blend modes used where needed and a couple of adjustment layers to tweak the colours at the end. I'd guess there's around 2,000 elements make up this image - around 500 are individually positioned head hairs, and many of the individual wool strands are actually three strokes twisted together too which ups the object count. With all the blurs and depth of field stuff, it nearly kills my MacBook and takes a good 20+ seconds for the screen to redraw after every zoom or edit on high quality view settings - spent a lot of time in wireframe and low quality mode at the end. When I get a faster Mac, I'd like to add some of the less important detail that's missing to make it more convincing (e.g. the almost invisible eyebrow hairs, more detail to eyes etc.) and tweak some of the bits that are annoying me. No idea how long it took as I've been working on it on and off in my spare time (which is practically non-existent with a baby) since December - I'd estimate 30-50 hours. Anyway, hope you like it!
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