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  1. Couldn't decide what to do next so did this. People on FB said about the Christine movie that featured a '58 Fury, not watched it but it's now on my list.
  2. Yeah another Alfa! Just showing where I started blocking in and doing a few bits all over the place and then a week later. Can't decide on the lady so not quite finished either, perhaps a different pose, facing the car? Not sure. Anyway will update when I've decided and I'm done.
  3. A fundamental question that has engaged people since the invention of the car, and has divided opinions up to today Graphic created from scratch with Affinity Designer 2.0
  4. created with Affinity Designer 2 in reflection of a real VW Beetle Convertible driving around. Serves a Logo for a TShirt.
  5. Hello Affinity fellows! This is a car design I've done a while ago, using Affinity Designer 1.x. I'm pretty excited about version 2, lots of workarounds on the timelapse will be done easily on version 2. Hope you guys like the result ☺️ Thank you Affinity ❤️ P.S. If you like this kind of work, please, consider follow my YouTube channel 🙏, soon I’ll upload more content ☺️ Part 1 Part 2
  6. These were both done on Designer ipad version 1. I was studying metallic shine and reflection.
  7. 55 years ago . . . Disney released "Herbie" in 1968, which is still one of the most successful live-action movie till todate. This Cartoon was created with Affinity Designer a an homage to Herbie
  8. . . . just another legend from the past
  9. Mustang trace. I do these in order the learn the software. Drawing took about 80 hours
  10. . . . . tried something different for once. Here is my first U.S. Car Cartoon created with Affinity Designer
  11. Another Affinity Designer Cartoon creation
  12. 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900, the Mille Miglia winner that year with its sister car finishing in second place. My last vector one for this year.
  13. The Alfa P3 was a single-seater Grand Prix race car designed by Vittorio Jano. It was the first genuine single-seat Grand Prix race car. I'm only doing a section of the car. I started a while back but didn't do much. As it's not the whole thing I was going for extra detail. I thought I'd try and post some bits full size as I complete them for a change as the finished images are always shrunk so much. For some reason I'm working at 34400x22934, don't ask me why because I'm not sure. So apart from it being jpg and some compression to keep the file sizes reasonable they'll look as I've done them. The first detail is the front filler cap on the bonnet (hood).
  14. . . . that graphic was designed with Affinity and shows how my car looked like back in the 70ties 😎
  15. Used Affinity Photo, Designer and Publisher to make a poster for a digital racing event. I´ve used the Adobe software for 12+ years so this is my first project using the Affinity software, it took some time to get used to it but liked it alot! Alle cars where separate screenshots and I've worked them in one image. The main design can be used in several different sizes, like a social media posts or a wallpaper. I've used the same techniques as I used for this poster I made a year ago for the real life counterpart of this racing series. I hope you like the design
  16. Christmas drawing for one of the grandchildren: It is drawn from a photo of the first landrover that was rebuilt in in the "Land Rover Reborn" project, so yes, it is meant to be a bit battered and beaten up, this is before the restoration. The restored picture will take some time.
  17. The BMW 3.0 CSL Alexander Calder art car from 1975, well half of it. My idea of flat, gradients but no blurs.
  18. Hi all!, I'd like to introduce my new project. These are photos of the Prosche in 1:18 scale. I will probably add new photos soon
  19. Only the background layers (wall, curb, and blacktop) and reflections (mirrors and rear glass) are pixel layers. Everything else is vector. 1953 Studebaker pickup truck. Not finished with the image, just got to a point where I decided to share what I had so far.
  20. Hey ! I’m a newbiee and i got inspired from this guy @VectorVonDoom his Porsche 917 car illustration was beyond god like i didn’t believe that was a vector until i saw his .afdesign file ..coz it was so perfect to be a vector and at first i thought it was a photo. After opening his .afdesign file i was like WTfF 🤯🤯🔥 and man tnx for inspiring me and i hope i dont lose interest and will complete this lambo series 😅😂 !!! Device : iPad Pro 10.5 (2017) ) Software : Affinity Designer
  21. Random shoot with a couple taking shots on an iphone in a random parking lot last night. I just guessed at setting to get a strong exposure to produce some silhouettes with detail. I noodled with levels and contrast and used some color filters to boost the colors in the sky and experiment a little. Canon 7D shutter 1/40 f 4 or 5.6 ISO 800
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