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Another excellent artwork by Michael, he is truly an exceptional talent@JohnAffinityPR


My dad always told me, a bad workman always blames their tools….

Just waiting for Ronny Pickering…..

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Two tiny issues mar it just an itsy-bitsy little bit for me:
1. The nearest wheel arch seems to have a strange straight red ‘block’ inside it.
2. I think, but could be wrong, that the car on the right of the left-hand tool cabinet needs to also be reflected, in some small part, in the floor.

That’s just me being very picky though and it’s a testament to how good the work is that I spent so much time looking at it and found these mostly-inconsequential things.

Tiny issues aside, it’s showcase-level work that should be seen by a wide audience.

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This is just incredible!...not my personal taste for artwork! but this is just stunning and one of the best I have seen so far! Well done!:)


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11 hours ago, StuartRc said:

This is just incredible!...not my personal taste for artwork! but this is just stunning and one of the best I have seen so far! Well done!:)

It wasn’t ment to be an artwork i just wanted it to look realistic , it’s only shapes and strokes without the use of Gaussian blur , only inner outer shadow and outer glow

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Fun little smiley face on the “bonnet.”  Or in front of the bonnet?

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Mind if I take it for a test drive, I'll not speed...honest!😇

They'll need to knock down Serif's neighbours and build a multi-storey car park in order to fit in all these amazing, photo realistic cars.

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2 hours ago, MichaelMeeuwissen said:

No not a professional, just a hobbyist . For over two years I’m experimenting with affinity designer ( iPad) on a daily basis 

Amazing! at a glance I would've thought the opposite was the case and personally as a part-time 3D digital freelance artist, the overall executed finalised aesthetic in my opinion is comparable too many automotive aligned both real time alongside off-line rendered content seen elsewhere, pretty much via Polycount or ArtStation naming but two resource CG derived hubs.

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