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  1. I already posted this with the "normal" boolean operations. But the error also applies to a montage group v2-vector-montage-boolean-compound-pathes-fail.afdesign I have the same path objects for the "VIP". The rectangle is set to subtract and the letter "P" disapears. Additionally i did some basic shapes. I built the "donut" before by hand. Subtractiong two simple circles. The "VIP" instead is artistic text -> vectors (In Kurven umwandeln). The other boolean modes also produce some weird results for the "P". The handmade donut behaves as expected.
  2. Hi. After some practice with Affinity I created my (almost) first artistic montage. I don't know what to think about it, I just can't watch on it as 3rd person, you know So here it is, I did my best to make it as real as possible. However, if it's crap, then tell me. I would really like to know how good it is, and I mean how convincing that deer over there seems to be. I would appreciate if you wuould note this like x/10. Thanks a lot ;).
  3. Taken around October October 2017 on route 12 north west of Trinidad Colorado. This is a fantasy picture comprised of the actual road I took and another of the moon I took at a different time. This is basically a sky replacement with a little color change.
  4. Hello Everyone ! I would like to know what is the easiest way to match colors on a Photo Montage/Composition in Affinity Photo without going all this crazy and too technical way. Is Serif thinking about bringing in the Color Match Live adjustment ? it is needed and may help shorten too long workflow or steps. Blessings !
  5. This Easter I took advantage of free weekend access to Ancestry's website. After a lot of digging and cross referencing I finally found the evidence that Dad's mum's uncle was a Labour MP called Davie Logan, 1871-1964. I was told this about 10 years ago by her sister, but it was her son, my dad's cousin who posted this fact on a forum. It turns out that he was the leader Liverpool Labour Party and had a tower block named after him in his local area (Vauxhall Liverpool 5, otherwise known as Scotland/Scottie rd). This tower block has since been demolished. Housing in this part of the world, seems to either be a 100 years old or demolished after 30 years. I was born in 1970, so I never got to see either so I did some sleuthing and put the photos together, this way you can see how things have changed over the years. Just wondering, is there a better way of doing this in AD, as I haven't got APh? Logan towers then and now.pdf
  6. Hallo, mein Englisch ist leider nicht so gut, dass ich mein Anliegen richtig formulieren könnte, daher auf deutsch. Aufgabe: Ich möchte mit einer Grafikdatei und Form (Rechteck, Dreieich, Kreis, ...) eine Montage mit der Funktion "überlappen" erstellen. Doch egal was ich mache, ich bekomme zwar die Form die durch die Überlappung entsteht, aber die Grafik ist weg, egal ob sie ganz oben liegt, oder ganz unten liegt. Kann mir bitte jemand helfen?
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