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Since I bought Affinity Photo and Affinity Designer before xmas, I have not been using any of my (many) other paint programs much. There is such a nice natural flowing feel to the Affinity brush engine, especially used together with DAUB's brushtips. Some examples here.

Thanks for great software at a price, poor artists can afford!

 

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Maybe not Mondrian that much (a bit stiff and boring, I think) but Picasso and Matisse and Braque and Diebenkorn and Giacometti and Beckmann and... well, the world is filled with wonderfull art! Isn't that great?!
If you like you can visit my Pinterest page, where I collect art, new and old, that catches my eye and hart:


https://www.pinterest.dk/torebahnson/firstboard/


and you are also very welcome on my own art pages on flickr, where you can download all my pictures for free:


https://www.flickr.com/photos/tore_bahnson/


And finally my personal website:


http://www.imxprs.com/free/tore/bahnson

 

Enjoy! :-)

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I've just checked out those links: the creature on its back in the alley is really good.

 

My favourites are Pieter Bruegel and his sons, Mark Rothko and of course Hieronymus Bosch.

 

Is this to your liking...Cubist 9 by Thomas C Fedro?  A little less stiff and would look good in stained glass.

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MacBook pro, 2.26 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 4 GB 1067 MHz DDR3, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M 256 MB, OS X 10.11.6

 

http://www.pinterest.com/peter2111

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Great work and couldn't agree more!  We're loving our Affinity products and the clients are quite pleased.  :D


Affinity Photo & Designer

Windows 10 64 bit. nVidia1080ti, 64GB RAM, i7 4.XK proc, Wacom Intuos Medium Tablet.

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