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  1. Hi, I am looking to start a business selling t shirts with quotes/words. I have been browsing the web trying to decide what software to use on my MacBook. I have a graphic design back ground but with using Adobe. Downside to Adobe is cost. People that are familiar with Affinity, would this be a good base program to use to create prints for t shirts? At the moment all my t shirt ideas are just words, nothing with fancy designed pictures. Maybe one or two clip art images. How easy is Affinity to use for a newbie?
  2. Hey guys! Today I played around with the displace live filter. It’s a very nice and powerful tool to simulate folds of cloths, but also cracks in walls (like shown in one of the official tutorial videos by Affinity), grainy paper textures and so on … This is my first »tutorial« … ever. If you may call it one. So forgive me for eventual mistakes. Though It’s pretty much self-explanatory and not that hard to follow, I think. ;) Like I captioned the video: basically you want to create a separate image with a greyscale profile (at least that’s how I do it), reduced noise and texture plus a good balance between high, low and mid values. Grey fabrics work best if you want to change the colour afterwards. Maybe this helps, have fun playing around with different backgrounds! ;) Cheers Dennis
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