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  1. paolo.limoncelli

    DAUB Pencils

    Hi! I want to share with you this small set of pencils. Some of these tools feature Angle (Tilt) variance but you need a tablet that support it. Don't have so much inspiration today to add some samples, but will do it for sure later This set doesn't work on iPad because required settings are not yet there. It will work with proper textures once the matching of iOS/Desktop version has been completed. Hope you'll enjoy it! Happy sketching! UPDATE Just uploaded a v1.1 with these two new pieces Some things to know... This new release works with MAS versions of Affinity range, but to have proper tilt dynamic latest Beta of AP or AD is needed. Special thanks to Andy Somerfield for custom ramps... DAUB Pencils.afbrushes.zip DAUB Pencils v1.1.zip
  2. paolo.limoncelli

    Giraffes...

    A couple of weird giraffes...
  3. Henry Stahle

    Bitmap painting

    I am not much of a vector illustrator. Only bitmap, really. That is why I love DAUBs brushes. 110% right for me! These are my very first illustrations done in AP using Daubs brushes. First one i painted in Grayscale at 300 dpi. This second one is RGB at 300 dpi. Hope you like what you see :)
  4. Hi! I want to share this short tutorial which explains the technique I use to get a convincing watercolour effect. It is very short because the source file is included at the end of the post (about 129MB) so you're free to experiment. Let me know if you have any question about it! Please forgive my spelling and grammar mistakes... :P
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