The Smarkle: Atomic Car Vector for Affinity Designer


Atomic Motorama #1 'The Smarkle'
Atomic Motorama #1 'The Smarkle'
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Playing with the Smarkle Affinity Atomic Car Vector

Starting with the basic file right out of the box. I overlayed the whole care with Frankentoon’s Propaganda procedural noise. I am sure there is a better way to do this, but I haven’t figured it out yet. Highlights and shadows were added using Pixelbuddha’s Memento Shader.

Playing with The Sparkle Affinity atomic car  vector

If you are having fun with the atomic car vector, might I entice you with a BUS vector? Check out the Galaxy Taxi, my second Atomic Motorama file.

The Smarkle is a futuristic atomic car .afdesign vector for Affinity.  A fun design inspired by the Jetsons (one of my favorite shows when I was a young lass), spaceships and the whole mid century graphic style. Part of my ongoing set (I don’t know why it is taking so long!), “Atomic Motorama”.

The clean and basic design is easily adapted with your own style, textures, brushes and colors. Layers, groups and curves are labeled and you get two color variations to start with. Both vectors are in one .afdesign file with a transparent background.

Compatible with Affinity Designer, Affinity Photo and Affinity Publisher, this file was not tested in other graphic programs.

What’s in the box?
1 AF design ( .afdesign file) with 2 color variations
*Please note – compatible with Affinity only.

GM’s Motorama

The Motorama was a show started by General Motors as a way to get people to buy a new car. It eventually evolved into a showcase of concept dream cars designed without the limitations of having to actually work. The designers built prototypes with curvy windshields, fins, and rockets. They looked like they might just lift off at any time. Sadly though, they did not. Some of the more practical design elements however, made it into actual production cars people could buy at their local dealership. So cool.

Anyhoot, if you want to go down that rabbithole, I have a few suggestions:

Created with love in Affinity Designer