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Found 5 results

  1. How do I smooth the crushed velvet fabric in this chair without losing too much detail in the back? I've tried frequency separation and it keeps all the texture, just makes the image lighter (lighter image attached to this thread). Really not sure how to approach this, some help would be greatly appreciated please!
  2. 40 Felt Textures 300 DPI Available in : * All Colours in Sets 1 & 2 – 20 styles per set. * Primary colours * Blues & Pinks * Greens * Neutrals * Oranges & Yellows https://www.creativefabrica.com/product/felt-textures-for-affinity-programs/ref/63430/
  3. Is there any links where to find or how to teach you to create seamless patterns or textures and saving as your custom preset? e.g. wood, fabrics, metals, concrete, etc...
  4. I'm trying to figure out the best way you can generate a fabric using Affinity Photo. I know you can use the noise filters to generate random static, but how would I combine this with a set pattern you would get in a fabric like cotton? I'm trying to design a retro sports kit, but I don't want a perfectly flat white background for it to sit against. I've been using Google Images to try and get a decent cotton texture, but I would rather create one from scratch.
  5. Here are some AD fabric styles: The compressed styles files: fabrics_1.afstyles.zip fabrics_2.afstyles.zip
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