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  1. Hello! Thought I would share what I've been working on lately. I'm a fairly new user to Affinity Photo & Designer; my usual "go-to" is Sketchbook Pro, but the addition of Affinity has been awesome. I'm still learning the different brushes/ strokes/ and UI so it's taking me a bit to adjust. I'm quite a fan of the Metroid franchise and I love the artwork that's involved. Below is a freehand sketch of the "official" baby sheegoth creature, and I'm hoping to put my own spin on things when it comes time for colour. I've been alternating on my Surface Pro 4 & Wacom Cintiq, if anyone was curious to what I was using. Feel free to leave feedback; I'm always down for that :). Adrian
  2. I love Affinty apps and I have created a version of the Affinty Suite icons using Affinity Designer. If you want, you can download in icon format here.
  3. OldytroN

    Kirby Star Allies!

    I'm new to Designer and I'm probably not the best GD in this forum by a long shot, but I just wanted to share my first project in A.Designer because i'm really proud of myself!
  4. JonathanBall

    Kubo Fan Art

    I just saw Kubo and I can't get over how amazing it was so I decided to create some fan art. This seemed like as good a time as any to try out the Noise option in AD to give a textural, paper-like feel. I absolutely love how noise is seamlessly integrated into this program. I've avoided texturing things like this in past programs because it was too cumbersome, time consuming, and CPU intensive. None of that frustration here. What a wonderful feature. Great job Affinity!
  5. Just found this on IMDB.com and the more I see this amazing collection: the more I see (imagine) Affinity at work... http://www.imdb.com/gallery/rg3083705088?ref_=rgmd_md_sm http://www.imdb.com/gallery/rg3083705088?page=2&ref_=rgmi_mi_sm I really like this one...
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