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  1. Vector portrait of Robin Williams, created in Affinity Designer. Available in my webshop in Redbubble: https://www.redbubble.com/i/t-shirt/If-you-were-right-I-d-agree-with-you-by-communicats/61549761.G2CME?asc=u Progress sequence and info in my portfolio blog: https://communicats.blogspot.com/2020/11/vector-portrait-of-robin-williams-used.html
  2. My most recent work, a graphic vector portrait of the renown surrealist painter Salvador Dali, that I use for a T-shirt design. I refrained from adding too much (texture) detail like pores and wrinkles or hair strands, because the design did not require it. Besides that the vector brush function does not work properly in the current Beta version of Designer ( Visit my portfolio blog to see the progress sequence and additional info. From the vector portrait below: I created this T-shirt design That you find in my CommuniCats shop at Redbubble: The above is based on the vector wireframe of the portrait that you see below:
  3. https://communicats.blogspot.com/2020/09/cartoonish-vector-t-shirt-design.html
  4. A simple badge design that works great for t-shirts, using just simple shapes.
  5. Hi I'm new to Affinity Designer and so far love it. I'm reaching out for help / tutorial. I am working on a t-shirt design that is layers over an oval shape. When I send off my design to the printer it shows the oval shape on a white box. Is there a way to just save the shape without the background? I have included an image of what is happening. Thank you
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