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  1. Hi friends,

    My little sister lost a friend to cancer last year. He was 17 and an athlete up till diagnosis. Tough story. 

    I've been tasked with designing a logo for a memorial golf tournament. I am having trouble identifying a Designer/Photo tutorial to achieve the look I am aiming for. 

    I'd like to take his image and convert it simple illustration above text.  Any assistance and/or direction to a tutorial would be very much appreciated. 

    All the best,


    See examples and provided photo attached.  


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  2. Hey guys,  I am trying to create a logo wherein the background of the logo contains a label shape that is made of two intertwined shapes. The solid shape is both in front of the outlined shape as well as behind it (see attached photos).  Question: Is there an easy to create this look using just two shapes or will I have two use a line to complete appearance of intertwined shapes?  



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  3. Hey Affinity Experts,

    I have been trying to erase a top border on two combined custom shapes. One shape is dark suit jacket while the other shape is a white shirt shape on top of black suit jacket shape. My problem is that when I layer the shapes a very thin black outline remains from black shape.  See example.  How can I remove this black top outline? Do I have to erase it or is there a way to layer the shapes that causes the black border line to disappear at overlap.  



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