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  1. I've been transcribing traditional decorative motifs into digital representations for at least a dozen years. A few weeks ago I came across a folder of hand drawn line work and .tif files generated from Corel Draw vector work. As it happened, there was a thread her about duplicating an art nouveau drawing 6 days ago. I started hand tracing one of the better transcriptions I made. Presented here, a color and a vector/node representation of what I did in 10 - 12 hours, a few hours each day. Please give respect to the now anonymous artist who made the original.
  2. I'm assuming that Affinity Photo is like Photoshop & Affinity Designer is like Illustrator, so here's my question. Do I want to buy Affinity Photo or Designer for a more traditional sketching feeling? What I'm trying to say is like for example, with Photoshop I am more free to sketch the way I like it. With Illustrator your a little bit restricted like every stroke it'll correct/"smoothen" up and not work the way I want to. I did buy Affinity Designer which is feeling more like Adobe Illustrator than Photoshop.
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