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  1. I make some SVG clip art for openclipart.org. I create it in Affinity Designer and export it to SVG. I always have to make sure it is pure vector art because openclipart.org does not accept SVG files that contain bitmaps. I also have to make sure to convert all text to curves because there is no guarantee anyone who downloads it will have the same fonts I do. After I have exported everything, I open the SVG in my text editor and cut out everything I can to make the file as small as possible. Most of it is just simple shapes, like this Cool Cellface thing: At other times, it is just some text, like this little joke: Affinity Designer is really good at designing clip art, though its SVG exports could be more optimized (luckily I am perfectly capable of optimizing them myself, but it takes extra effort).
  2. I finally worked out how to achieve importing clip art as assets in Affinity Publisher. First of all, create folders on your computer to store the clip art files you wish to include in your assets. Each folder should be a different category. Then copy across the clip art files into each of the folders according to their categories. When you have amassed the files you wish to include, you are ready to fire up Affinity Publisher. When affinity Publisher has loaded, simply start a new blank document. Then, using the Assets panel, use the menu to Create a new Category and rename the category to one of your collection category’s names. You may also wish to use subcategories for related collections. For example, if you have an anatomy category you may wish to have subcategories of organs, eyes, ears, limbs … etc. When you have created and renamed your categories and subcategories according to your own taste and requirements you are ready to start the import process. Make a category active by selecting it from the assets panel. Then use the place image tool to import the images you wish to use for assets from the folders you have set up. You may multiply select the files from within to folder using the shift key in windows to select a range of files. When you have selected them, click on the open gadget/button and Affinity Publisher will attempt to import the files. When it has done so you will see the place tool panel with your images ready to import. Now the slow bit, repeatedly simply click on the blank document to place the images one by one on top of each other. They will appear stacked upon the page. Now select them all in your document using CTRL-A. Then go to the category panel and use the menu item Add from Selection. Affinity Publisher will import them all into the category automatically. You may then delete all the items which are stacked on the document page. Repeat until you have imported all your images. You may wish to export your assets files for backup purposes or importing them into other Affinity apps. If someone wishes to convert this into an official tutorial for users then be my guest.
  3. I discovered this website for public domain clipart which may go some way to providing assets for Affinity Publisher for standard Desktop Publishing tasks ... https://www.pdclipart.org/
  4. Hi, Is the Affinity Design/Photo/Publisher software permitted for Commercial use? Where can I find the most recent copy of the license/terms of service agreement? Also, I’m use to PagePlus x4 software, and was wondering if Affinity Publisher has a similar “gallery” panel for simple clipart, icons, etc.? Thank you so much for your help!
  5. Hai I want to share some of my newest icon design (this is only half design) . To see full collection, you can check my behance page.Created in affinity designer.another my works : Behance.net/andrigraphic Instagram.com/andrigraphic Youtube Andrigraphic Thank you
  6. The Awesome Affinity Bundle $66 worth of styles clipart and more only for Affinity! To celebrate the Trifecta of Affinity programs Hurry! limited time only! The Awesome Affinity Bundle brings together a unique range of amazing style sets and designer kits, ready to be used in all 3 Affinity programs: Designer, Photo and the just-released Publisher. This bundle contains $66 worth of design kits – now for only $17! 12 style sets for Affinity– Including lifetime commercial license Includes: Leadlight Designers Kit - includes transparent and opaque GLASS textures and leading texture! Fruity Metallics styles Set Enamels Styles Glitters Designers Kit Ancient Civilizations Styles & Palettes Coffee & Kisses Coffee Time Style Set Rose Petals - See how realistic this texture is! Tiny Hearts Romantic Hearts Ooh! La!La! Styles set for luxury designs Romantic Glitters https://www.creativefabrica.com/product/the-awesome-affinity-bundle/
  7. I find a new free clipart site (ClipartMax) which focuses on transparent clipart images collection with png format. All png clipart pictures with transparent background are high quality, easy to use. Just to search and unlimited download for free. This is the first time I found this clip art resource site. I tried to search some clip art data inside, I am very happy, all the clip art is transparent and high quality. For example, i search "fish clipart" - https://www.clipartmax.com/so/fish-clipart/ For example, i search "flower clipart" - https://www.clipartmax.com/so/free-clip-art-flowers/
  8. I downloaded few icons from materialdesignicons and flaticon, and they wont react to any recoloring actions, i.e. - eyedropper, applying swatch color, gradient tool etc I usually download icons from the web and in Figma it displayed as vector shape within a group, which i need to either ungroup or flatten in order to apply fills and strokes properly. Yet in Designer it's displayed as a vector shape with a bit extended boundaries, and the "ungroup" command isn't working with these icons and there is no such thing as "flatten" command. What should i do?
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