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Yamaha MX Bike - First Attempt In AD


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Hello Affinity community,

here's my first attempt at a big(for me) vector project. I usually do small logo type of things.

I was a bit hesitant to put this here(not confidant in my ability) but I have to give credit to Fred Lespine   who inspired me to have a go after seeing his projects. 

It's not finished and has a lot of errors, light direction realism etc.

It is a 100% vector image done in Affinity Designer 1.8.

I'm a 52 year old House Builder from NZ.

If you're interested the "Kiwi Rider" is an online motorcycle magazine here in NZ .

If I can, you can, have a go and post your work.






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Hi Fred,

like I said I'm not confident in the work and didn't think it was good enough.

I was helping my daughter with her school work in Photoshop(which I don't know how to use) so showed her how in AP & AD, plus I have looked at all the art you posted and that's what made me decide to have a go at a bigger project.

Thanks for your first 3 words I have a big head now, haha  🍺


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