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Hey, I'm totally new to Affinity Photo and I don't want to bother with the whole manuel, so maybe u guys can answer 2-3 specific questions for me. As an example I picked 2 trivial pictures to illustrate my desire. So in this case I'd like to (1.) Cut out the stone and (2.) place it behind one of the trees - so u just see one part of the stone, the other is covered by the trunk and maybe (3.) adapt the the cartoon style to the stone so it fits in much better. How to accomplish my aim? I tinkered already with the variety of tools, but as I said, I'm totally new.  Thank you, in case u know what to do. 

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Wald Cartoon .jpg

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It would be a good idea to watch the Affinity Photo - Cutting Out video tutorial. It's about 7 minutes long but it should teach you more about the process in less time than by reading a bunch of replies, follow up questions, etc.


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On 3/18/2019 at 7:02 AM, Nessx said:

Hey, I'm totally new to Affinity Photo and I don't want to bother with the whole manuel, so maybe u guys can answer 2-3 specific questions for me.

Expanding on R C-R's answer, here's a link to all of Affinity's AP YouTube videos (over 200) covering many AP features: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjZ7Y0kROWitLXsh6z4Z3qBYCS6xoIXHN

 

Go to the page and search for what you're interested in (note that all of the videos aren't loaded when you first go to the page - to search all of the video titles, make sure you scroll to the bottom of the list before searching if you don't find it initially).

 


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