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27 minutes ago, IsabelAracama said:

Created these two last week as part of a current project I'm working on. It's done fully on Affinity Designer with a mixed workflow of vectors and bitmaps.

I’ve seen the male one already, of course, but it’s good to see the female one too. :)

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The ‘female’ symbol () should be vertical.
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33 minutes ago, Alfred said:

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The ‘female’ symbol () should be vertical.
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That is true! and that's why I need to post these things 5 times here or there before considering them finished geeezzz... there's always something I won't see until I post it and either me or someone else sees it.

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On 2/1/2020 at 11:32 AM, Roger C said:

Excellent eye popping images!

Surely Affinity Spotlight will be asking you for an article sometime. 9_9:9_innocent:

Just Delightful.

Thank you very much Roger C! As I see you missed it I leave here a link hehe ;)https://affinityspotlight.com/article/a-designer-on-a-mission-isabel-aracamas-quest-to-teach-the-world-about-affinity-designer/

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Very nice work! I wonder how do you guys know when it's appropriate to share works that you make for clients. I mean if I was the client myself I wouldn't be happy to see the final work made for me distributed all over the internet. So I would be happy to know how do you usually handle this. Do you ask for their permission first?

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14 hours ago, Mike Marris said:

Very nice work! I wonder how do you guys know when it's appropriate to share works that you make for clients. I mean if I was the client myself I wouldn't be happy to see the final work made for me distributed all over the internet. So I would be happy to know how do you usually handle this. Do you ask for their permission first?

Hi Mike! Thanks!

Regarding your doubt, I'll answer for myself and how I do it:

 I do only share work when I am 100% sure I can, and in most cases, this is good also for the client, since ppl get to know the product. I might ask once the project is finished or even before by stating in the contract itself that I will use this or that for my own promotional portfolios. One of the latest posts I created here showcasing work, I had in storage since 2017 and hadn't shown it much as I wanted. But I couldn't and had to wait until I knew it was ok. For this, I asked but still had to wait +2 years to be sure it was fine to air it as it wasn't finally released. In this dragonflies case for example, this is an academic project, a research work I am writing about and not a client's one. It's my own work. Cheers and thanks for commenting on the work! Kiss.

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On 2/10/2020 at 2:05 PM, IsabelAracama said:

Hi Mike! Thanks!

Regarding your doubt, I'll answer for myself and how I do it:

 I do only share work when I am 100% sure I can, and in most cases, this is good also for the client, since ppl get to know the product. I might ask once the project is finished or even before by stating in the contract itself that I will use this or that for my own promotional portfolios. One of the latest posts I created here showcasing work, I had in storage since 2017 and hadn't shown it much as I wanted. But I couldn't and had to wait until I knew it was ok. For this, I asked but still had to wait +2 years to be sure it was fine to air it as it wasn't finally released. In this dragonflies case for example, this is an academic project, a research work I am writing about and not a client's one. It's my own work. Cheers and thanks for commenting on the work! Kiss.

Thank you very much for finding time to enlighten me about this topic! I really appreciate it. And I wish you all the best in your craft, it's motivating to see your impressive work.

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3 hours ago, Mike Marris said:

Thank you very much for finding time to enlighten me about this topic! I really appreciate it. And I wish you all the best in your craft, it's motivating to see your impressive work.

Likewise, it's very motivating to keep working and sharing when I read comments like this. Thanks!

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20 hours ago, VectorVonDoom said:

They are very good as usual, always nice to see your work. I still haven't finished my dragonfly, not had the time, but will eventually!

Ahh! Great, be sure to show me please!

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