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  1. Here are a few wood styles: The compressed styles file: Knock_on_Wood.afstyles.zip
  2. Hello. This is my first serious artwork in Affinity Designer. It was made 100% vector, based on a real image.
  3. I often suggest "blend the sliders" just to see what happens to the image. That is basically as I did here . Was; and still am rather amazed at the final image that I'm very unlikely to be able make again . 3] original Panasonic fz300 raw file 2] as I ''planned'' to do 1] after a quick fiddle with the mirroring tool >plus some layers and masking I ended up the "Psyche lagoon Monster" about to catch a feed. Questions and honest comments welcome
  4. I'm trying to edit the wood at the front of a building to help make it all appear the same colour. Due to weathering,the wood has a different colour throughout the building, with some parts even looking very dark and grey. Any ideas on what is the best practice to create the desired result?
  5. Just a bit of a play with the layer effects panel .
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