Posted 18.01.2017 @ 1.06AM
::I agree with Scotty there!::
Makes me feel like going back to being a Park Keeper. ;)
Liking the 'comic noir' look.
Had a look on your site.
Forgot what great work you've done.
Especially like the graph and the t-shirts. :D
Posted 16.11.2016 @ 8.12PM
Yep, sorry, my bad.
Should read things properly.
Still, been chatting a bit about that too.
I'm hearing similar things but I also hear that the Affinity people have this "roadmap" of things to address and they're on it from feedback and are quick to update issues/niggles people are having.
Considering how long Adobe have been in the game I think Affinity have done pretty well and they could be a serious contender.
Posted 07.11.2016 @ 2.45PM
@Scotty - I'm late to the party, but there's nothing worse than a screen poker. Particularly when you're on an older LCD monitor and you get that psychedelic explosion from where they thought it necessary to dig in their finger.
@Adamdesigns - I've had more than one art director lean on my shoulder while I was doing something. I'm 6'3", so I think they often do it as a bit of a power play.
@Jamesb - Nice work man!
Posted 02.10.2016 @ 5.52PM
Thanks @scotty and solid work with the wall piece, looks fun to do?
In the meantime:
Work in progress. Once again experimenting with photoshop brushes and photo montage. Got a bit to go with this one though the foundations are in.
Posted 24.06.2016 @ 2.53PM
@pongo81 - sounds like a great gift and as @scotty was saying, even the new bamboo's are great value, the one I have at work, although I don't use it, is pretty good!
I just ordered a 13inch cintiq hd, should arrive in the next couple of days, I'm pretty excited as I never really got used to the idea of drawing whilst not being able to see directly where the pen is.
Posted 26.04.2016 @ 3.29PM
@scotty nice one, always good to see work in situ! I wonder what it feels like to be in a "fight team"...
A new one for me. It's the A-League Finals series, a couple of great games last weekend. What started as a sketch turned into an impromptu portrait.