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  1. LonnieK

    Solstice

    Since I am slowly but surely becoming more comfortable using AD, I thought I'd try my hand at drawing a car. Your comments/critiques/suggestions are welcome. TIA
  2. Peter Rodbourn

    Affinity Ferrari

    Thought you might be interested to see what a total amateur can do with Affinity Designer. I'm not a professional artist, just an enthusiastic hobbyist, and am still learning the intricacies of Designer after switching from Adobe. My illustration isn't perfect but I'm pretty happy as a first attempt. Congratulations Affinity on great software, great tutorials and a sensible costing model.
  3. Hi, I’ve recently bought an iPad Pro and have been eager to try affinity designer, wow I’m blown away!! I work as a graphic designer and have to use adobe products at work, I could not imagine Having to illustrate this in Adobe Illustrator. Anyway this is my attempt at photo realism. Thanks for looking
  4. Hello, "it was a good idea at the time" - I almost wish I didn't start this as it was very time consuming. Anyway, I think it came up alright. Thoughts?
  5. My Smashing Magazine article was out last Wednesday, coinciding with the presentation of the new tools Serif showcased at the first Affinity Live: Affinity Designer for iPad and Affinity Publisher. I had the honour and luck to be there with them and to be sponsored to create this detailed tutorial: "How To Create A Flat Vector Illustration In Affinity Designer." If you want to learn how to create this, check it out, and please, whatever your questions, ask there in the comments section on the article itself. Thanks! PS - Source file is provided for you all to explore Here the link: https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2018/07/flat-vector-illustration-affinity-designer/#top Cheers all and hope you enjoy it.
  6. Hi, I used to use Adobe Illustrator but then I found Affinity Designer and I start to use it. I do all kind of illustrations which can print to t-shirts and all kind graphic design to my customers too. I do love to draw car illustrations and here are my works: https://automobile-t-shirts.blogspot.com/ My older car illustration is made with Illustrator, but about 2 years I have used only Affinity designer. Here are some cars which are made using AD: Opel Kadett B Opel Manta A Peugeot 206 Peugeot 205 (cornering ones) Citroën BX (cornering) Citroën GS Citroën XM Triumph Dolomite Renault Clio Saab 900 (NG900) I have also updated some of my older design by Affinity Designer which I made originally by Illustration (.ai) and it has happened without any problem.
  7. Inspiration, PORSCHE 959.... With AD :)
  8. Hi, My next personal challenge (to learn AD) was to recreate a sports car. The Lamborghini Aventador is just so beautiful, so it had to be that one! All work is done in Draw Persona, no images added or "pixels" used. Really miss possibility to curve the gradient line, but I think I managed to find ways around it, where I needed soft surfaces :-) . Used a couple of images as reference. Hope you all like it. Amazing things can be done with AD, I just love it more and more. Having so much fun, just creating, not having the software being a limiting factor! Br, Philip Just added the original AD file. Lamborghini_Original.afdesign
  9. Hello, this is my original AD file from my illustration of the Fiat-500-Vintage-57. Are you ready to pimp the car? He needs a new paint job and maybe a spoiler (automotive), because he wants to be a small sports car :). Help the little car and discover the world of vector graphics (with Affinity Designer) ... Fiat-500-Vintage-57.afdesign.zip Fiat 500 Vintage Vector (Affinity Designer): http://b-bertuleit.de/fiat-500-vintage/
  10. dfreeman

    To Boldly Create

    This was my first attempt in Affinity Designer. I'm not very good with the pen tool yet, as I feel like I have more control with the pen tool in Illustrator. But I love being able to switch back and forth between personas!
  11. Hello, I'am Maciej from Poland. I designed a concept car based on my 1995 sketch. This is my own design project. Regards All colors...
  12. Hi all I bring a time-lapse more than a tutorial for this week. However, I explain how to slow it down so you can follow along if interested. You can also ask me how I did this or that, as usual. Kiss!
  13. My new illustration. A 1959 Austin A30.
  14. Marky

    Car on a beach

    Simple composite of a vintage car on a sunset beach. Using imported brushes to enhance headlights. Reflections on windshield, selection from sky, warp tool to stretch over glass, blend modes and opacity reduction, large soft edge brush with mask to blend edges around wind shield.
  15. Started a series of classic British car illustrations for T-shirts I have printed. Austin A30 spud in the pipeline.
  16. Hi I'm a car photographer and I just discovered Affinity Photo and love it I just have a specific edit I'm trying to achieve that I haven't found the exact tutorial for. I do a lot of rolling shots for cars and aside from the partial motion blur the camera does I need a way to intensify the motion blur when editing like in the picture. I found the motion blur layer and it didn't work exactly like the pictures, maybe I'm doing it wrong, but some instructions would be greatly appreciated! I want to note that I like the motion with the lines on the road not just blurred background and the car needs to remain in focus exactly like the pictures.
  17. Another illustration trying the latest beta. More details and thoughts on it in my Behance portfolio. https://www.behance.net/gallery/31578563/1957-Chevy-Corvette-Roadster-Affinity-D-Vectors
  18. Hello, So today I would like to take a photo of a car, and make the background look like it's moving in Affinity Photo. Any help?
  19. silverdust

    Speed demanded

    A speed car in a city
  20. Just completed this piece. A VERY stylized 1964 Chevy Greenbrier van in Designer. ;-) What started out as a client job became a personal piece after they decided not to pursue the project. I'm planning to build this in Blender eventually so I thought this could serve as a fairly tight 2d colour study and a chance to get a little more practice in using some of the pixel painting features of Designer. Also shown is a wireframe screenshot, layers stack and a closer view of the headlights where most of the pixel work was done. Vroom, vroom!
  21. Inspired by some guys who show their impressive cars in this forum; pure vector, without pixel persona. A lot of work, but it's fun to work with AD ;)
  22. A vector graphic in construction. Vector artwork, created with Affinity Designer, a sample :) http://b-bertuleit.de/eine-vektorgrafik-im-aufbau/
  23. Wireframe model (Fiat 500) of the vector graphics. Hey, do you like it? :) http://b-bertuleit.de/portfolio/vector/fiat-500-vintage-57/ New Link: http://b-bertuleit.de/fiat-500-vintage-57/
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