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  1. Hey there fellow Affiniti´es.. So I need help to identify a specific way of drawing/painting... I´ve been all over youtupe and other sites to find a way to create photorealistic images in Affinity Designer But so far the closest i´ve got to it, is a cartoonist/manga related style which i don't really dig. I would like to create some wonderful "paintings" with lots of color and details... and i only have affinity and and very old photoshop. In my picture below i have illustrated what my current lv in affinity is (the blue worm, ps don't mind the watermark)... * basically just a lot of gradients and time. And what i would like to achieve ( the shine and effects on the blood angle.) And due to my "process" i would like to learn to use affinity... but atm my skills in photoshop makes it really hard stay in affinity... And the time i spend in photoshop is absurd due to corrections of lines, layers and details. and it is here affinity shine+ i would like to save that time. So does do YOU know of any tutorial or other ways i could learn to use ,to create Photorealistic picture in affinity like the blood angle?? any other advices? sorry if i seems confused, but i´ve spent a lot of time reseasing this..i have no clue, as to how i can leave the toonish style behind. Besides using brush strokes, which i don't fully understand. And honestly i feel that it would be the same as working in photoshop).
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