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I have been pottering around with Photoshop since version 1.0.7, along with Illustrator 88, along with PageMaker, FreeHand, Ventura Publisher etc.
And had me some fun along the way.
After a long time out I tried to dip my hand in PS again and found that I no longer liked Adobes finest, especially with the subscription. So I came across Affinity, the rest they say is history.

I have always had a soft spot for aircraft, especially the stringbags of WW1 and of course the achingly beautiful speedbirds of the Schneider Trophy.

So I thought my first attempt with Designer and Photo would be a WW1 bird.

The first image is out of designer, the next one is with difference clouds... sorry perlin noise and the third one is with highlighting. The next big step is cammo and I want to have it in the livery of Eddie Rickenbacker´s Niewport 28.

This is a work in progress and I´ll add on as it progresses, so let´s go for a ride.




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The link leads to some realy great artwork, the SR71 is breathtaking.
I do have one more to share at the moment. It´s a Macchi 72 and a bit of a hybrid as it started off in Illlustrator and was finished in AP.

All other artwork was done in Adobe´s finest so I don´t think I´ll showcase them here.


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