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Found 6 results

  1. StuartRc

    Vegetation Brushes Set 1

    Vegetation Raster Brushes (leaves) Zip file contains 30 brushes (3 pack x 10 PDF sample file added Set 2 (30 raster Brushes) available here: Vegetation brush Set 2 VB 1 Set 1 01-03.pdf Vegetation S1 P01 - P03.zip
  2. StuartRc

    Vegetation Brushes Set 2

    Added a new set of Vegetation Raster Brushes (leaves 2) Zip file contains 30 brushes (3 pack x 10) PDF sample file added Vegetation S2 P13-P15.zip VB 1 Set 2 13-15.pdf
  3. We have all had the problem of selecting a sky when most of the sky can be seen through gaps in the leaves and branches of a tree. It can take ages to accurately select every tiny gap to complete the selection of the sky. If we miss a few tiny gaps the result looks awful. Other programs, GIMP is an example, have selection tools which can select all areas of the sky, including those pesky gaps, with just one click. Of course it may be necessary to adjust the settings for that tool to capture clouds as well as the blue sky. If other programs can do it how about such a tool for Affinity Photo? (If you are not familiar with GIMP I'm talking about the 'Select by Color Tool'.)
  4. benjamingoossen

    Ivy Brush

    Hey guys! Its about time I said something on here... :D Here is an Ivy foliage brush I made for school and it turned out well so I thought it would be worth sharing! Original leaf image was CC0 Feel free to use it however! Stay Creative and God bless :) Ivy Brush.afbrushes.zip
  5. noor

    Bonsai Tree

    A Japanese Acer bonsai tree based on a photo I took in a flower show. I used the Geometry Add and Subtract tools for the first time to draw the pot. Nice tools! :)
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