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  1. I wanted to start a topic for everyone new to affinity designer who's working through the work book or just teaching them selves the basics to upload your highs, lows struggle and flow of your progress or any help some of the senior users would be more than welcomed
  2. This is an illustration of the first bike I ever rode. A 1948 Panther 600. Known then as a 'Slope Pot'. One bang for every 50 yards Probably the most complex illustration I have done so far. Wasn't sure if the software would handle the complexity. When I used to use Serif DrawPlus for this kind of thing, I often got a message that the drawing had become too complex to handle. Doesn't seem to have the same problem in Affinity. The biggest issue i have with Affinity though is the lack of an envelope distortion tool, which would have made things like the tank graphics easier.
  3. I was wondering how does one access the "panther_sketch.jpg" via the instructions in the Affinity Designer WorkBook - it states to pg"125 - 1: From the File Menu, select Place. Then select your scanned sketch (or panther_sketch.jpg and click Open. Where do I find the "pantehr_sketch.jpg = thanks ahead of time. D
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