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  1. This is my riff on the Photoshop tutorial How to Create a Retro Sci-Fi Computer Game Poster from the Spoon Graphics blog. With some modifications I was able to complete this entirely with Affinity Designer.
  2. Another experiment in lo-fi effects. AD more than holding its own at this point, despite me probably pushing my luck with file complexity :D
  3. Some more messing about while I wait for "real" jobs to come in.
  4. Mmmmm reformed porkmeat
  5. Was trying something different here, attempting to recreate the look of printed material. To this end I've create patterns of 1000s of dots to try and get that letratone/halftone feel. What's impressive is that Affinity Designer's devs aren't kidding when they say the thing never slows down or runs out of memory. It really doesn't. I think this number of objects would have made AI weep tears of blood...
  6. The first in a series of space exploration themed posters featuring quotes from Carl Sagan.
  7. bodobe

    retro

    A little taste of retro: vector illustration (AD), finished with Affinity Photo beta.
  8. Hi everyone. I am new to Affinity Designer. I really love drawing in flat color vectors at the moment, so this is my first attempt at using AD. I didn't realize there was anything in the help files at first so it's mostly just trial and error. The interface is fairly intuitive but I admit I am having some challenges figuring out how to keep line & fill colors consistent. I'd love to be able to select a line or shape and simply eye-dropper from an existing one. And I can't seem to figure out how to drag colors into my swatches palette and there are a few things I'd love to see added but I'll look for a suggestion thread here :) I really love the software already. I hope you like this. Thanks for looking!
  9. All images are copyrighted © by William Mabey. The use of this image from this site is prohibited unless prior written permission from the artist is obtained. GameBoy.eps
  10. Overdone topic I know, started this a week ago with the news of that the shoes are to going on sale this year. It then found its way to the top of my "Avoiding real work todo list". (Don't worry, Pirate Cat riding a polar bear is NOT forgot and is in build)
  11. Had fun doing this, the new tapered brushes are pretty cool!. My Racing Queen was entirely done with RC-1. Minor glitches Had one freeze after: 1. using the top of the new tapered brushes, 2. then zooming in and 3. trying to select the drawn elements with a frame. Flying menus turned grey and the frame did not vanish. Unable to click anything after this, but happily SAVE worked like a charm. After re-opening some elements got an additional fill (all on the layer where I tried to select them) but with some mouseclicks it was fine again. Pencil tool: when drawing line is not visible - so it is still a bit 'try and error'. Brushes: I really like the additions, very useful. A bit of tweaking is needed for the Tapered Brushes. Sometimes, when drawing lines, the end of the line get's capped/ cut-off like you were using a square shaped brush. Tried this with different sizes and settings (velocity/ pressure/transparency): result is - the bigger the brushsize the more edgy your line-end. I also found the new brushes a bit laggy with the Companion Hybrid and the Bamboo. While the greyout of boxes has happened several times already I NEVER lost a sketch here. Find this very impressive. Some fully finished programs make me bang my head against the wall quite often ;)
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