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  1. A portrait drawing: green eyes and a surprised facial expression. https://www.bodobe.de/facial-expression/
  2. A special portrait with beautiful colors http://b-bertuleit.de/augen-farben/
  3. A small compilation of the eyes from my work (vector graphic, Affinity Designer) http://b-bertuleit.de/augen-vector-graphics/ Thank you for feedback
  4. Hello, Every time I zoom in, out or make an adjustment the image momenterally blurs a little bit and then regains its sharpness. I dont know what this is called. Is this something we can adjust with a setting? Because it seriously strains my eyes. Thank you 2nd gen. IPad pro 12.9 AP 1.6.5
  5. I have an old photo that I am trying to restore but the eyes on one of the subject literally look like orphan Annie eyes with no distinguishable pupil, iris or eye color. How can I create an eye in Affinity Photo? Is this even possible.The subject in the attached picture is the one knelling on the far left. Should be obvious. Appreciate any advice available. Regards Distant Sounds - v1.afphoto
  6. In vector portraits (Affinity Designer), eyes are always the most important thing. They are (as in "real" life) an absolutely meaningful view. In this example, I especially worked out the eyes. I 'm looking forward to your feedback, thank you :)
  7. Eyes Augen http://b-bertuleit.de/why-did-you-do-that/
  8. Another vector portrait. I love to work with the pen tool, the gradient- & gaussian tool ^_^
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