A rather ridiculous amount of sheep...
Now I really want an orange too...
@KaraDaniel I love both of your takes!
On the Affinity note, I just switched to Affinity in October. I haven't played with a lot, but I'll attach pics to show you where I go to play with hue and saturation.
Another fun find for Affinity (though maybe you already know about it) is the 'protect alpha' feature. I had to ask on a facebook forum to figure this one out, but it lets you ONLY colour on the selected layer (or, more technically, not colour on the alpha, unchanged pixels??) . Very helpful if you had an outline layer, for example, and wanted to adjust the colour of different parts of it to match the fill colours better. I'll include pic links to that too.
Tuck it under a layer to have it affect only that layer, instead of all the layers below it:
Wow, I’m enjoying all the insights here! I honestly can’t stand sitting, it drives me nuts. So I take tons of breaks (mostly required as part of taking care of kids and such ). But my husband, a programmer who spends most of his day at a desk, has been on a quest for the perfect chair for a little while. He has a standing desk, but likes to be able to sit down too, so he has a bar height chair. He also built himself an ‘uncomfortable chair’ —- apparently it’s called a button chair, that forces you to move to keep upright, engaging muscles and not over straining any one. He recently borrowed, and then purchased, a kneeling chair, which has no back but elevates you in a supported kneeling position. At the moment, his solution is to just switch up between all the options (sitting, kneeling, standing), along with some ring fit for exercise;). I’m going to have to share this thread with him!
@K-Flagg I’ve been loving the ice crystal/pointy snowflakes in your last two entries. I wonder if that back drop colour could reflect that ice crystal shape - some implied jagged edges and points instead of the round circle.
Maybe the pizza could lay a little flatter on the cutting board?
The only other thought I have is that the hair coming out of his pizza eating arm sleeve should have some tufts pointing down for gravity sake.
Yeah, nothing big to add, honestly. Love your yeti, and I think this is a great illustration!