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An interpretation

A quick interpretation of a sculpture in the Modern Art Gallery Edinburgh.

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6 thoughts on “An interpretation

  1. Richard says:

    Adam, I’m amazed at how creative you got with the technical for procreate and I just love your tutorials and work. I wanted to see if you had a written with still image breakdown of your post process after you create your painting… all the stuff you do with affinity photo. Also, is there a way to do that process in photoshop and if so, how would you go about doing that? Thanks again for posting this information, your procreate breakdown for watercolor is incredible!

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    • Hi Richard, I can’t remember if there is something in the procreate forum but basically the stuff you are doing in Affinity is finding the edges and then breaking it up a bit with a mask. All of this is stuff you can do in Photoshop if you prefer. There is a filter in photoshop for finding the edges I can’t remember what it is called because I’ve not used photoshop for years now. You can then use a layer mask with the clouds filter or similar.

      I have not had much of a chance to work on a new site with a more thorough guide to this process. I have also been using Art Set 4 more and more for watercolour stuff If you’re on an iPad definitely check it out, the watercolour engine is really good.

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  2. Peter says:

    Hi Adam. Terrific work. I’ve followed your Procreate postings and I have things updated. Also after reading your post above I downloaded art set 4. I am impressed with the watercolor function. Somewhere and somehow will you ever post about your approach to the app? Thanks so much. Cheers!

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    • Hi Peter, I am thinking about doing something at some point in regards to documenting Art Set 4 as I am using it more and more these days. Finding the time to document is the hardest part so I can’t promise any timeframe. It is a shame because while there are a whole heap of different resources for Procreate and a vibrant community (although I would argue slightly less vibrant since the new forum went live) there is currently nothing similar for Art Set 4. I’ll do my best to get something out there soon

      –Adam

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