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Video Game Box Insert Experiment – Affinitia


GarryP
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I think I’ve probably ‘faffed about’ with this for long enough so it’s time to ‘release it into the wild’ and “go out and do something less boring instead” (as the song, which some members of a certain age might remember, goes).

All done – except for certain stock images – in Affinity Designer and Photo.

It’s just an experimental thing, not a real product.

(You may need to click on the image and zoom in to see more detail.)

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@GarryP  OH my!  No system requirements for Mac.  How can I put this on my Christmas Wish List to find the 50 morphing objects?😏


24" iMAC Apple M1 chip, 8-core CPU, 8-core GPU, 16 GB unified memory, 1 TB SSD storage, Big Sur v. 11.7.2.  Photo, Publisher, Designer 1.10.5;  Photo, Publisher, Designer 2.0.3
MacBook Pro 13" 2020, Apple M1 chip, 16GB unified memory, 256GB  SSD storage
,  Big Sur v. 11.7.   Publisher, Photo, Designer 1.10.5  
21.5 iMAC Retina 4K display MacOS High Sierra v. 10.13.6.  Memory 8 GB, 1TB Fusion Drive: Publisher, Photo, Designer 1.8.4
 iPad Pro 12.9 2020 (4th Gen. IOS 15.6); Apple pencil.  Wired and bluetooth mice and keyboards.9_9

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3 minutes ago, GarryP said:

I tried – maybe not totally-successfully – to make it look like his face was ‘magically looming’ in the clouds.

I opine that you have got him evilly looming in the clouds very well done.

I was referring to the text on the back. If you had described him as evil or wicked then that would be his character. I just feel that use of dark seems, well, unfortunate.

William

 

Until December 2022, using a Lenovo laptop running Windows 10 in England. From January 2023, using an HP laptop running Windows 11 in England.

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Ah, sorry for my misunderstanding.

There’s a chance that my usage of the work “dark” here is possibly a little anachronistic but I think, in this case, it’s probably okay.
(I’d already used “evil” elsewhere in the text and didn’t want to repeat myself; “wicked”, as you say, would have worked just as well.)

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