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  1. Hi, My name is Mohammed iliyas. More than a decade i used Flash as my primary tool, were i can draw and animate. Now i have planned to use Affinity designer and Tumult hype. I have attached a gif file which took lesser than five minutes to create in flash. The gif file shows the steps to create the chessboard. But when i started the same thing in Designer it was very difficult to create it took almost 3 hours to complete. I love the Affinity designers intuitive tools and i like to use this as my future design. Kindly view the Gif file and show me the right way to create this chessboard in easy steps. Pls help. :( regards iliyas
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