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Affinity Jack Tutorial: Color Splash Effekt mit Pinsel (English Subtitles)

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Hallo,

n diesem Affinity Photo Tutorial zeige ich wie man den den „Color Splash Effekt“ einmal etwas anders anwendet. Er wird in eine Composition mit echten Farbklecksen eingebettet.

Ich bin ja kein Maler und verstehe es als Anregung für möglicherweise ganz andere Projekte mit ähnlichem Vorgehen.

Viel Spaß dabei.

Ihr könnt ja Eure Ergebnisse hier posten.

 

 

In this Affinity Photo Tutorial, I show you how to create a different „Color Splash Effect. It is a composition with real embedded color splatters.

I'm not a paint artist and my intention is to inspire for other, different projects following this procedure.

Have fun and post me your results.

 

Ciao Thomas Jack

 

Pinsel/brush:

- „brushsplattersLSD / ink splatter streaks“ von „20_stars“ von www.brusheezy.com

- DAUB Tusche / DAUB Ink

 

Link: YouTube Tutorial

 

 

 

 

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Affinity Jack

Video-Tutorials on YouTube in German with English Subtitles

Link to my YouTube-Channel: AFFINITY JACK

 

Author in the team of www.affinitytutorials.de, the website all about Affinity Photo & Affinity Designer

 

 

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Nice Idea, I also have some cents to add 

 

here is a excellent method from Rui to whiten teeth without blowing them out which is the risk when you just dodge them

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwSqxQQH5Pw&feature=youtu.be

 

cmd + j puts a selection on a new layer (to make it even simpler)

- otherwise, when you´re using the refine dialog you could choose "layer with mask" to get a non destructive approach

 

And maybe you could have grouped the color splashes and added an HSL adjustment them to shift all their colors at once. I feel like this would give a sort of AHA effect.

 

Nothing bad with you basic tutorials, just some suggestions, hope that helps.


 

 

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Nice Idea, I also have some cents to add 

 

here is a excellent method from Rui to whiten teeth without blowing them out which is the risk when you just dodge them

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwSqxQQH5Pw&feature=youtu.be

 

cmd + j puts a selection on a new layer (to make it even simpler)

- otherwise, when you´re using the refine dialog you could choose "layer with mask" to get a non destructive approach

 

And maybe you could have grouped the color splashes and added an HSL adjustment them to shift all their colors at once. I feel like this would give a sort of AHA effect.

 

Nothing bad with you basic tutorials, just some suggestions, hope that helps.

Hi MdB,

 

whiten teeth:

what a prefect and precise method! Thumb up!

I hope, you there will be more pro tipps.

At first, I was looking for the "Info-Panel" at the bottom right. I added it under : view - studio - info

Thank you.

 

copy the selection on a new layer:

That is strange.

Because I tried some methods and they didn't work.

"cmd & J" make a copy from the whole layer, including the clipped layers and masks.

The same with "cmd & C" and "cmd & V".

There is also no right click solution and nothing in the menu bar under selection.  :(

Also other functions don't work: "cmd & (" for the brush size...

I don't know why.

I have the newest top MacBook Pro with all extra goodies like force touch, i7 2,8.....All updates.

 

HSL:

That is always a good thing and think.

Fast adjustable. But in this case, I wanted to use only the colors which are inside.

 

"nothing bad":

Of course NOOOOO!

I'm always grateful for such suggestions.

Really!

I'm not a pro and I have to learn a lot. These things help for my development.

Your suggestions are constructive and so:  :)

 

Greeting from the snow covered Berlin.

Ciao Jack


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Video-Tutorials on YouTube in German with English Subtitles

Link to my YouTube-Channel: AFFINITY JACK

 

Author in the team of www.affinitytutorials.de, the website all about Affinity Photo & Affinity Designer

 

 

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copy:

well I just tried it and it works: make a selection, press cmd + J and you get the selection pasted in as a new layer on top

 

brush:

you can customize the shortcut (cmd + , brings up the settings dialog quickly)

or you can use cmd ctrl + alt and drag the mouse

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copy:

well I just tried it and it works: make a selection, press cmd + J and you get the selection pasted in as a new layer on top

 

brush:

you can customize the shortcut (cmd + , brings up the settings dialog quickly)

or you can use cmd ctrl + alt and drag the mouse

Hi MBd,

 

copy:

it works!

 

brush:

The "(" is the "8".

"cmd & 8" means larger view

"cmd & shift & 8" changes nothing

 

So I made my own shortcut "cmd & 8" and "cmd & 9".

Thank you for the tip.

I knew already the possibility. So far I denied it because I want in my tutorials that everyone can follow.

So I have to tell, and then it's okay.

So:

Thank you MBd


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Video-Tutorials on YouTube in German with English Subtitles

Link to my YouTube-Channel: AFFINITY JACK

 

Author in the team of www.affinitytutorials.de, the website all about Affinity Photo & Affinity Designer

 

 

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Affinity Jack, thanks for another great tutorial. I always enjoy them even though I don't speak or understand German. You do a good job of getting your ideas and techniques across. 

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Hi jmac,

 

thank you for these warm and polite words!

They mean a lot to me, because I'm not a pro indeed and I'm still learning.

And... I have further a lot of ideas ;).

 

Ciao Jack


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Video-Tutorials on YouTube in German with English Subtitles

Link to my YouTube-Channel: AFFINITY JACK

 

Author in the team of www.affinitytutorials.de, the website all about Affinity Photo & Affinity Designer

 

 

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Hi MBd,

 

one attional Thing:

"cmd & J" for copying a selection on a new layer sametimes works and sometimes not....

:(


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Video-Tutorials on YouTube in German with English Subtitles

Link to my YouTube-Channel: AFFINITY JACK

 

Author in the team of www.affinitytutorials.de, the website all about Affinity Photo & Affinity Designer

 

 

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Additional announcement:

 

This tutorial is a variation of color splash.

I have some more ideas, embedding the color splash effect in a different matter in future.

Thank for your comments, also via YouTube, Twitter and directly.

 

Ciao Jack 


Affinity Jack

Video-Tutorials on YouTube in German with English Subtitles

Link to my YouTube-Channel: AFFINITY JACK

 

Author in the team of www.affinitytutorials.de, the website all about Affinity Photo & Affinity Designer

 

 

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