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  1. Rocketdrive

    Isometric World

    This is the other side of the spectrum, good ol' isometric vectors It became part of a larger infographic that a colleague of mine finished (and which I can't share at the moment). The beauty of isometric design is that once You have correctly scewed and rotated Your building blocks even larger scenes become pretty straight forward – Affinity Spotlight recently shared a great tutorial on that. The trickier parts are of course geometries at odd angles, as well as round structures. Full disclosure: we bought a similarly looking original from iStock, but due to the messy way that vector and raster layers were intertwined we decided to use it just as a reference and rebuild the whole thing properly.
  2. Metin Seven

    Train logo design

    2D train logo concept for a client, created using Affinity Designer (love it). Hope you like it.
  3. Just a couple of projects I keep working on when I have some spare time. I've lost count of how many times I've changed the portrait image or what I like to call The Doll.
  4. Latest offering created in Affinity Designer and finished off in Affinity Photo...i'm really liking this software!
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