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  1. Is the Fujifilm GFX any closer to being supported in the raw develop module? It still renders with around 400px shift, losing a portion of the image. It works with the Apple engine but the color shifts quite a bit. The last thread I saw about this issue was in March or April. The color I get with the altered image is superb so I, and I’m sure others, are anxious to see this happen. Any updates or time frame at all?
  2. kevinmcsherry

    Retro City Woman

    Inspired by the magnificent Joan Holloway character in Madmen, played by Christina Hendricks. Affinity Designer. I'm still getting to grips with some of the features. I started using the Vector Brush Tool (to make those silhouettes of the passers-by. I like the way it seems to auto-smooth the line, which is a feature I'd really like. Really well done to you people at Serif for making a full-on professional tool. I have no qualms about using this for client-work.
  3. marty

    50's chevrolet

    Hi, this will be my last post for a while, i'm back doing my regular thing with traditional media...however, i've enjoyed using affinity designer / photo, they're great programmes and i'm glad to have them in my toolbox...and at such a reasonable price (compared against you know who!) ^_^
  4. giantlobsterprd

    The saliva squid

    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
  5. giantlobsterprd

    More fun with half-toning

    Some more messing about while I wait for "real" jobs to come in.
  6. giantlobsterprd

    Hot dog!

    Mmmmm reformed porkmeat
  7. giantlobsterprd

    Double feature

    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...
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