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Found 33 results

  1. AffinityJules

    Saviour of Tortured Souls

    Back to the fantasy world of my imagination. . .and there be dragons.
  2. AffinityJules

    The Summoning Pt 3

    There was a time when I got stuck while doing this - I couldn't find how to create a particular effect without the need for using stock photos. Fortunately, someone in here was doing live streams on YouTube and was creating the exact same effect I was looking for with a smudge brush. So my humble thanks reach out to mattitFi who kindly told me how to do it.
  3. AffinityJules

    Underground Spherical Phenomenon

    What a grand title! All day in the making and another "live" composite which steered its own course; I just went with it.
  4. AffinityJules

    Surreal Beach Dream

    Well, summer is coming and the holiday season too.
  5. AffinityJules

    Miraculous Organic

    Apart from the backdrop (virtually gone) this image was created with photographs of water. With help from the liquify persona and blend modes I was able to realise this particular visual experiment.
  6. AffinityJules

    Do Not Adjust Your Set

    An experiment using dispersion and distortion effects.
  7. AffinityJules

    Lundageddon

    It's not that I dislike Central London. . .well that's not entirely true to be honest. I can't stand the hustle & bustle of it all and stay away from it as much as I can - only going there when I need to.
  8. Link to Tutorial: http://hmturnbull.com/writing/fantasy/map-making/introduction/ Description: On my website I'm writing a series of tutorials on how to create a fantasy map using Affinity Designer. I've seen a lot of tutorials for fantasy cartography, but they all seem to focus on either hand-drawn maps or maps made in raster software. Using my method, one can create a fantasy map that will scale infinitely and is easier to edit throughout the process. In this tutorial, I will teach you how to make a versatile map that you can use for stories or role-playing games.
  9. HenrikM

    Cat and Mouse

    I have begun storyboarding photo sessions using Affinity Photo, Daz Studio, and Dynamic Auto-Painter. Cat and Mouse is a good example. I set the scene up in Daz Studio and rendered it. Then I post-processed it in Affinity Photo. Finally, to reduce the realism and get a more painterly feeling, I ran the picture through Auto-Painter. Works pretty well, I think. Now, of course, I have to do everything all over again, shooting with a live model. However, having a storyboard picture like this makes it a lot easier to figure out how to light the scene, to discuss the scene with the model, to figure out what props to use...
  10. HenrikM

    Lost World

    Some time ago I decided to try my hand at doing some nudes. It was pretty much the only genre of photography and illustration that I had not dabbled in...at least not very much. One of the things I did was a mini series in the Cavewoman sub-genre of the Lost World sub-genre of Science-Fiction. I customized a base 3D mesh to create Kyla, a Cavewoman style character, and then I proceeded to put her in varous dangerous situations, which she handled extremely competently. Most of the Kyla pictures are on ArtStation. I used a combination of Affinity Photo, Daz Studio, and Dynamic Auto-Painter to create them. Before you click the link, please note that there is an absence of wardrobe that some people might find disturbing. While the pictures are nudes, and the style is deliberately reminiscent of Frank Frazetta, Boris Vallejo, and Julie Bell, I did what I could to avoid objectification. I do hope I succeeded. https://www.artstation.com/artwork/l2vwk Oh, and note that the last picture is a 360 degree panorama. I really appreciate Affinity Photo's ability to handle panorama pictures.
  11. HenrikM

    Arachnophobia

    I often use Affinity Photo in combination with other software, like Daz Studio and Dynamic Auto-Painter. Arachnophobia I was fairly easy to do. I shot the background at the Primus Vicus medieval village outside Halmstad, in Sweden. Then I rendered the spider and the viking shieldmaiden in Daz Studio, and composited using Affinity Photo. Arachnophobia II was done in a similar manner. The main difference is that I had help from two live models, Petra Brewitz and Peter Markusson. The castle in the background of the final image is Borgholm castle on Ă–land. I hope you enjoy the pictures.
  12. AffinityJules

    When The Camera's Switched Off

    Don't believe everything that Hollywood tells you. I have it from good authority that these two guys get on like a house on fire; the first chance they get, out comes the piano and before you know it - it's an all out rendition of "Nessun Dorma." And if you thought the Italian language was difficult to understand. . .just you wait till you hear this mother sing. Put that in your dreadlocks and smoke it!
  13. AffinityJules

    Helping Hand

    Not too sure why I did this, it just grabbed me as a good idea.
  14. Hi everyone, I'm fairly new to this forum but am trying to get some ideas about book cover designing. I'm planning to have my novel published very soon (through CreateSpace) and am especially interested in premade covers. There are many out there but most are mediocre at best. I'm wondering if anyone has an idea about this site: www.bookcoverzone.com - Nice covers, decent pricing and all but it's an automatic system, and I've never seen or tried anything like this before. If anyone has bought from this site, any feedback would be much appreciated.
  15. AffinityJules

    Fire Guardian

    An example of something coming from nothing. I began this picture with an entirely different intent for its outcome, but when inspiration comes along - you just have to run with it.
  16. DannyBCreative

    Solitude No More

    Here is the final image that I was having the crashing issue with a couple days ago. 100% iPad Pro with Affinity Photo. Hope ya like.
  17. AffinityJules

    Oshana's Dream

    Just my imagination running riot. . .again!
  18. AffinityJules

    The Summoning

    With a brave heart she cast the spell then held the lantern aloft. I began meddling with this image just before I bought Affinity Photo, and with the new purchase in hand I decided to finish it in AP. You will see similar images cast all over the net and this is my shot at that fantasy genre. Not sure how it stacks up against the lofty giants out there doing great stuff, but at least I enjoyed my time when I was doing it.
  19. This is a retouch I did just for kicks. Sara is a friend and professional stylist I've worked with many times. Developed and edited in ProPhoto RGB space from RAW camera source.
  20. Cybergooch

    Raven Snow

    This is a piece I finished a few months ago, it was the first time I used Affinity Photo to do all of my post work instead of Photoshop. Composed of 3d character render, photo pieces, and lots of post work.
  21. Hello there! I just want to let you know that our latest tutorial is online now! Learn how to create a funny viking character in Affinity Designer. Plus, you can download the source .afdesign files, so you can take a closer look to our design process. Please check it out if you have the time and let me know what you think. Cheers!, Enrique
  22. Final concept art for client's top-down JRPG game. All work done with Affinity Photo. You can see more of these concepts and some of my process on my Artstation profile. Enjoy!
  23. Final concept art for client's top-down JRPG game, Luminare Saga. Created using Affinity Photo. You can see more of these concepts and some of my process on my Artstation profile. Enjoy!
  24. Brett Stebbins

    Sapling Resting Spot Concept Art

    Final concept art for client's top-down JRPG game, Luminare Saga. Created using Affinity Photo. You can see more of these concepts and some of my process on my Artstation profile. Enjoy!
  25. Brett Stebbins

    Luminare Saga - Scribe's Bedrooms

    Final concept art for client's top-down JRPG game. All work done with Affinity Photo. You can see more of these concepts and some of my process on my Artstation profile. Enjoy!
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