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  1. Cheers!! All vectors, except for the spots on the counter top, where I used a brush. (I'm not sure if that's a vector or a pixel based brush. It was a pattern brush, light airbrush, and I think it shipped with Designer v2. I'm not sure how to tell the difference!).
  2. I have been practising now for a while and raising the bar little by little. I am so happy to be inspired of drawing again.
  3. I'm relatively new to illustration and Affinity and this is my first image upload (1500x2000 px jpg image). I used Designer v2 to create this illustration of my custom-built classical guitar and thought it came out fairly well, given my very limited experience and familiarity with the program. I still have a tremendous amount to learn about illustration and Designer, but I'm having fun doing it. I'm a long-time photographer and photo editor, but illustration is a whole new ballgame, as I am discovering. As a photographer, I paid attention to lighting, highlights, shadows, reflections, etc, but those elements were already pre-existing in a photo and I could easily enhance them, as desired. In illustration, I have to create these elements myself, which I have found forces me to pay much more attention to highlights, shadows and reflections. It makes me appreciate how important these elements are to form, depth and realism. It's quite an education, and will no doubt make me a better photographer and photo editor too. I'm very open to any suggestions and constructive criticisms. I want to get better at illustration. So, if you have any suggestions, please let me know. Thanks. Lou
  4. Yeah I know, I'm lazy but that's all I'm doing (probably), it's fiddly. I wanted to see how her face would turn out. She recognised it, so that's something!
  5. Good evening, I continue to explore AD on with my iPad... I love this machine! Delicate subject, especially drops of water..... What do you think?
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