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My first attempt at illustrating using Affinity - have found the workflow very easy to pick up, gradient tool and 'paste inside' have been the most useful so far. Haven't tried the raster tools yet, I'm more of a vector native, but I'll experiment at some point. 

 

Have to say I'm loving this software - anything that will help me get out of the grip of the evil empire is worth having!


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Dan Robinson  |  Giant Lobster Productions Ltd

Web: giantlobster.uk

Instagram: @giantlobsterprd

"Art is never finished – only abandoned." - LdV

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Nice work. Welcome to the club.


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Love the style, love the mood, and love the colors! Following your giant lobsterclaw on twitter :) 

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Thats brilliant, I love those eyes. 


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What's not to like with this triptych?

 

Great job of keeping the figure "on model" and excellent expressions on her face in each of the panels. Good touch on the accumulation of stuff on the floor --  cup, shoes. Wonderful attention to detail there. It's a sequential story of a quiet afternoon-evening spent with just oneself. Very nice. 


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