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  1. Puck

    disintegration effect

    I am a 59 year old guy from Germany and new to this forum but not new to Affinity Photo. I also use AD … sometimes – I’m more into photo. I started working with AP in July 2015 after nearly 23 years working with A***e-Software. It was a good choice to change, wasn’t it. I want to show you an Artwork I have made with AP just for fun from a picture I took in 1986 (!) on Kodak Tri-X. It’s the lighthouse of Norderney, an island off the coast of Germany. As you see it’s a »Before« and »After« Comments and critics welcome! Puck
  2. Hallo, In diesem Affinity Photo Tutorial zeige ich wie man den Disintegrations Effekt (= Zerfall) erstellt. Er wird auch Splatter (= Spritzen), Sand, Sandsturm, Pixel oder Dispersion (= zerstreuen, ausbreiten) genannt. Die Methode ist dabei immer gleich. Nur die Art der Auflösung ändert sich. In this Affinity Photo Tutorial, I show you how to create the Disintegration Effect. Also known as Splatter, Sand, Sandstorm, Pixel, Pixelate or Dispersion Effect. The method is the same. Only the kind of dispersion is different. Viel Spaß Jack Pinseleinstellungen (Brush Settings): Dies ist ein original Pinsel aus der Software. (Original brush from the software) Gruppe: Gemälde Group: Painting Art: der erste Kind: the first Größe: 170 px width: 170 px Härte: 100 % Hardness: 100 % x-Versatz: 50 % zufällig x-changing: 50 % random y-Versatz: 50 % zufällig y-changing: 50 % random Rotation: 50 % zufällig (random) Fluss: 100 % zufällig Flow: 100 % random https://youtu.be/RH_PWH4pV20 https://youtu.be/RH_PWH4pV20
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