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Hi, I recently switched to Affinity Photo from Photoshop. I used to composite my renders as 16bit PNGs in Photoshop. But, since Affinity Photo supports all adjustments and filters in 32bit mode, I started compositing in 32bit using EXR files. However, now the problem is OCIO. The renders from Blender use Filmic color management. As per @James Ritson 's tutorial on baking color space transforms using OCIO adjustment layers, I added two OCIO adjustments -- one from Linear to Filmic sRGB and the second one from sRGB to Linear (with view transform set to ICC in 32bit Preview mode). But, now my question is, where should I add my adjustments (curves, levels, etc.) for compositing? Below or above these two OCIO adjustments? Or should I add them between these two? And also, the problem is, Filmic makes JPEG or PNG layers look very washed out. So, I am currently placing my JPEG or PNG layers (e.g. cutouts) above these two OCIO adjustments and any adjustments that I need to make to my EXR layers, I keep the below these two OCIO adjustments. Am I doing this right? Or is the a different way to do this properly?
I'm trying to export a design as a SVG to import it into Blender for 3D work. Some of the curves are being rasterized and don't show up in Blender. What is going on and how can i fix it? Affinity Designer Version: 220.127.116.111 Blender Version: v2.82a Windows Version: 1909 Windows OS Build: 18363.752
Here's a tutorial on how to export vectors from AD and import them into Blender 3D. It assumes that the viewer has some knowledge of Blender, so the narrator sticks to the topic at hand. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHSmNrfhcJ4 There are several tutorials across the web teaching the basics of Blender. As a matter of fact, someone started a site over the weekend for that very purpose... http://www.blenderhub.com