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  1. More whimsical nonsense. I saw a meme recently asking what if prey animals were predators and vice-versa. Naturally, I thought 'I can do better than that', and perhaps I have. (I haven't got the original to show you, so you'll have to take my word for it.) In case you can't recognise them, this is a rabbit and a wolf, but I've switched the eyes and the teeth. I think the results are a little disturbing . . . Both source images are from Pixabay. The rabbit is by David Mark, the wolf by WikiImages.
  2. Hello. Lately I am working selling my photos on stock sites like shutterstock. In the beginning I made my creations in photoshop but I tried Affinity Photo and I'm very impressed by that. I have bought some brushes from the affinity store and I have downloaded all the new overlays that come with version 1.9 and I have read the terms of use that exist for each of them. I want to be okay without violating the terms of use My question is if i can use the brushes i bought along with the new overlays for the images I create and then sell to microstock sites. I will attach two images, one image is the example of the type of images I create and the other image is the terms of use of the brushes I bought. In the example I sent there are many layers of different purchased brushes to create this cloud I hope to get some help from someone who knows. Image example: license:
  3. I have not used my Affinity Photo for a while and not to long ago did an update. I attempted to use it today and my stock photos did not load. Is anyone else having this problem? respectfully Studio
  4. I think that Affinity Photo could really benefit from added sources in the "Stock" Panel. I'd really love to see Unsplash on there, or a way to add custom sources other than Shutterstock, but I'm curious how others feel.
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