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  1. My style is typically centered around being similar to that portrayed in Ghibli films, but today I chose to draw some snow for the first time, as well as in a new way. I wanted some story in it, so I chose to add a baboon. Is it a statue? Is it alive? Both? My main qualm with my piece is I think I could have done some better shadows. But that is something to try out in some future art.
  2. Winter is HERE for those in the Northern Hemisphere.. That means Snow & Ice, only this kit isn;t so cold.It's Cool! Psst! If you are into GOT PM for a link to better soundtrack of this video.. https://www.creativefabrica.com/product/snow-ice-for-affinity-photo/ref/63430/ WATCH Demo Video here:
  3. Just finished there Winter Warmer Styles for Affinity. .The Lower part has pattern and the upper part is transparent or partly transparent.. In this Sample image I have placed a WHITE duplicate of the typography to demonstrate clearer the upper portions of each style . Keep warm this Winter! Put on yer Ugly Sweaters! Winter_1.afstyles
  4. 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.
  5. Here is a set of vector snowflakes for use in affinity designer. A tad late I know but maybe they could still be useful. enjoy! snowflakes.afdesign
  6. Winter Snow Scene. Made in Affinity Photo. I used just 3 images to produce this image. the foregrounstarted off as green grass and using blend modes, I managed to turn the grass white, with added grunge brush to make the light covering of snow. The lamp was a PNG image ready to go, with additional duplicate layers to add the snow to the side and shadow fall. Additional pixel layers to add glow to the lamp. Great thanks to Pedro for the fantastic snow brushes. The snow was done over 4 pixel layers with various size brushes and gaussian blur and motion blur to imi
  7. In this tutorial I cover how to create a winter scene using channels selections and a few more tricks. This is also the first part of the tutorial - How to Create Good Looking Snow. ;) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGbCcpIyZYA The language in the video is portuguese with english subtitles. Hope you enjoy the video :) Pedro
  8. Hi together, maybe it is a very dump question. But I am noop in photo retouching, and I can’t find a solution. I want to create a snow covered Landscape. To create falling snow you find several Tutorials for PS, and they also work in APhoto. That’s not my problem. But I try to get a landscape which is slightly covered with Snow. Youtube PS Tutorials shows this will work with a selection created with the “colour range tool” and fill this selection with white. Can someone describe how to do this in APhoto too? Thanks GermanDennis
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