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  1. I posted my first class on Skillshare yesterday. In this class I demonstrate how to use Affinity Designer to: - set up a geometric grid for laying out an Arts and Crafts style decorative pattern - vectorise and style the pattern, and - create a textured intensity brush. The grids, brush and class notes can also be downloaded from within the class. Here is the link: http://skl.sh/2tN12Xi You can use this link to sign up for two free months of Skillshare Premium and watch my class for free. The sign-up section is at the top of the linked page. I hope you find this class useful. This is also a great way to check out Skillshare's library of classes. Do you have a tutorial to share? With Skillshare you can turn your tutorials into classes. Cheers Chris
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