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Just noticed how pixelated the coluds are. Will need to create them in a vector way…


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Didn't get back to this. Are you working in Affinity Designer or Affinity Photo? If you are working in designer, its odd that it became so pixelated. One thing you have to keep in mind, or if you haven't research about yet is aerial perspective. By learning aerial perspective, it gives you a new tool to play with it, for creating believable scenes. Right now your scene lacks depth. 

 

Demo of what I mean :
 

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You can learn more about the concept I mentioned from this video :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUhVNtM2Gow

 

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This has got a nice moody nighttime feel to it, I can here the sax playing in the background


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I like your style. It looks like a "paper-teathre" or something. I saw some thin square lines around the clouds and gave me an idea about adding strings to "hold up" the clouds. Maybe a bit childish, but I think it would be nice =)

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