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  Hello would anyone be able to make a tutorial showing how to take a photo of a person make it look like a statue? I saw this video for Photoshop however i was unable to figure out how to duplicate it in Affinity.?       www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCwcKEUcqcU&t=233s  thanks

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Here’s the whole video:

I don’t think we can currently do this in Affinity Photo, because it relies on a displacement filter and the APh version of that filter hasn’t had its bugs ironed out.


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Ok it's a longer one, but hey therefore you explained a lot of things, made tryouts and shared thoughts how to make that statue in Affinity Photo a better one. So I believe it's valuable for other people to get some of those deeper insights you shown there in this tutorial. IMO good and educational valuable work!


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Keep on doing these tutorials, with time I believe you will find the right balance for the right length of specific tutorials. Further better longer than too short, since not everybody is advanced in using the tools and newbies will for sure benefit from more detailed and descriptive representations!


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Have I gone nuts or has part of this thread been deleted?  I know I watched a very good video tutorial by a fellow with a British accent, that showed some good techniques for doing this in Affinity photo with out the use of the displacement filter.  now that video is gone.   

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Angelize, no you've not gone nuts. The person who spent a long time making the tutorial has sadly left the community and requested all his content be withdrawn. I precipitated him leaving, which was absolutely not my intention, but I think that bridge is burnt. His contributions were generally very helpful and not inconsiderable and there are a number of threads like this one that are the poorer for its removal from the forum.


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I watched the deleted video and made notes. I have been trying to implement this procedure, without success so far. The method described seemed logical, but I have been having problems with the Liquify tools. If I can't get them to work, I will be posing on the Questions Forum. When I do get the whole process to work, I will post a Tutorial here.

John


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