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  1. Attached are a set of AD Textured Intensity brushes made from images of cloud formations. There are just four brushes here, created as an experiment - in search of lovely textured brush strokes. The attached image gives a nice demonstration of the look these offer. Raising a toast to the New Year (2017), Affinity Designers developers (keep it up!) and fantastic community. Thanks all! CD_cloud_brushes.afbrushes.zip
  2. Affinity Photo beginner tutorial shows how to think out of the box when using the stamp tool and use it to create the look of a textured painting. https://youtu.be/rblO0JRIEQE #AffinityPhoto #stamptool #3d #texturedPaint #texturedbrush
  3. I am posting another set of custom Textured intensity brushes for Affinity Designer: Textured pack E3 water - Intensity brushes (zip file - 9+mb) These are recreations of an original default set of water (Sumi ink) style brushes that came with the application Expression3 from the early 2000’s. These are more for fun than practical brushes. The default set sold me on E3 way back in the day - a HUGE shift from the very solid vector look of other vector applications of the time. Having a bitmap texture mapped to a vector skeleton = magic! These were originally meant I am sure as emulation of wet (and dryish) ink/brush strokes - but tended to be a little too limited to that look. Nevertheless they do make for some nice smokey brush strokes and have quite a bit of texture. Example images of the strokes are attached here. Hope the user base here finds this third set interesting.
  4. The japanese Kitsune is one of my fav. subjects. Often taking a female shape to contact the mortals- sometimes good, sometimes evil. Always near a foxshrine. I really love the textured brushes. They are a bit slow, but that will give you an authentic watercolor feeling. Just love it. One drawing without overlay and zoom to show the details.
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