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Hi guys, I just uploaded a new video about how to create a dispersion / splatter effect in Affinity photo. So you can make your object looks like it turns into dust or small particles and fading away from the main body using this effect. I hope you like this video, thank you!
As a digital artist and Mattepainter the painting component in any software is extremely important. Now with many levels of sensitivity available on the computer and iPad its become something we all lean very heavily on. AP’s dynamics for the pen has an issues I think needs immediate attention. When painting in broad or fine strokes AP struggles with the sensitivity when the pen hits the screen. Random stamps of the texture occasionally are splattered on the page even on the lightest touch of the pen. This becomes extremely annoying by having to undo the last stroke. Painting has become a less free and easy thing to do while im constantly watching out for this. I’ve tried playing with the setting but unfortunately it makes no difference. Ive attached a video where this is demonstrated by light taps on the screen. This is about as hard as I usually paint when moving through a piece I’m working on. So to paint a stroke with the flick of the brush after this contact it randomly creates this frustrating splatter. As you’ll see in the video I show this effect in AP and then move to Procreate, where it doesn’t happen at all. I want to remain painting in AP and keep it as my preferred choice of software. Both apps are great for painting but this is sad AP is not up to Procreate’s pen sensitivity level. Im curious to know if anyone else has experienced this and find it to be a problem?
Hallo, In diesem Affinity Photo Tutorial zeige ich wie man den Disintegrations Effekt (= Zerfall) erstellt. Er wird auch Splatter (= Spritzen), Sand, Sandsturm, Pixel oder Dispersion (= zerstreuen, ausbreiten) genannt. Die Methode ist dabei immer gleich. Nur die Art der Auflösung ändert sich. In this Affinity Photo Tutorial, I show you how to create the Disintegration Effect. Also known as Splatter, Sand, Sandstorm, Pixel, Pixelate or Dispersion Effect. The method is the same. Only the kind of dispersion is different. Viel Spaß Jack Pinseleinstellungen (Brush Settings): Dies ist ein original Pinsel aus der Software. (Original brush from the software) Gruppe: Gemälde Group: Painting Art: der erste Kind: the first Größe: 170 px width: 170 px Härte: 100 % Hardness: 100 % x-Versatz: 50 % zufällig x-changing: 50 % random y-Versatz: 50 % zufällig y-changing: 50 % random Rotation: 50 % zufällig (random) Fluss: 100 % zufällig Flow: 100 % random https://youtu.be/RH_PWH4pV20 https://youtu.be/RH_PWH4pV20