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3 hours ago, Boghead Ben said:

Yes, I can appreciate the time and effort. Compositing images is a bit like adult colouring in! A lot of kill, patience and even more skill required.

That's a very interesting way to look at it. Wow. We start as children coloring in coloring books and then graduate to "composite art" as graphic designers during adulthood. Yes, this is true. Everything we've ever been taught comes into play in adulthood. Well, most of it anyway.

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8 hours ago, JRam321 said:

Where is a good place to start learning compositing? These images look amazing.

YouTube has more than necessary to learn Compositing. Just do a search for Compositing, Composting Techniques, or Compositing in Affinity Photo…and should get hundreds of results to learn from. Even those in othe software like Photoshop would be fine, because the fundamental methods and techniques are the same, though there might be variations in terminology or more advanced applications between softwares. Overall, still relatively the same.

Could start with the Affinity Tutorials by James …several of the others for tips.


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