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Hey guys, 

Just curious to see if anyone else uses Affinity Designer for clothing design and illustration? I've been using it to work with outdoor clothing manufacturers since 2016 and literally do not know any other designers who use use it. Am I alone? I can't understand why everyone is not using it as I've never looked back since making the switch from Adobe!

Anyway, I'd love to hear if anyone in this forum is using Affinity design and develop clothing so we can exchange tips etc, etc.

Some of my design work that's been created with Affinity can be seen at mrtechpack.com - I've also added some designer resources that can be downloaded for free incase anyone finds it useful.

Thanks and happy illustrations!

Mr Techpack




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looks amazing, saw your button and zip pack, are you still willing to share your awesome resources?

I am moving from Illustrator to this software, a bit upset that I am loosing all my stitches and other bits I have gathered and created over the years. Transition is never nice - steep learning curve.


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