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  1. Alice of Sandby vs. werewolves. Alice is a graphic novel character created by Petra Brewitz. Petra and I are working on a graphic novel manuscript, Alice: Demons Gate. No werewolves in that story...but there is definitely story potential in an encounter between Alice and a pack of werewolves. The scene was rendered in Daz Studio. I used Affinity photo to turn the original daylight scene into a nighttime scene: I increased the contrast reduced saturation toned bright parts slightly yellow, and darker parts slightly blue, to create a feeling of night. That is basically it. A
  2. 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.
  3. 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
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