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  1. I am new to Apple and noticed the Affinity products and I am intrigued. BUT.. I'd like to know which product is better for me: I am used to working with ULEAD PhotoImpact which is now a Corel product. I can create good graphics with it that serve my purpose by adding and manipulating spheres, lines, etc and create a 3D looking logo for example. Which Affinity product would best meet my need? BTW, I'm not a pro graphic designer!
  2. Well this sentiment gets me round. Might not work for everyone.
  3. Hi!, this's a illustration i did in Affinity Designer, i hope post more of my work. Greetings from Mexico.
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