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First Project in Affinity Designer: Logo Redraw


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Bought both apps yesterday in hopes of replacing the very expensive Adobe offerings.  So far, I'm happy for the most part.  Bought Designer first, and broke it in by re-drawing my bands logo.  From this logo, I made a tri-color t-shirt logo as well.  I'll post that too, if anyone would like to see how that came out. 

 

This logo was done entirely in Affinity Designer.  No other apps or freehand drawing was done.

 

 

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Pretty cool!

 

It would be nice to see the logo before the redrawing, as well as the tri-color t-shirt logo.

 

Thanks!

 

The original logo was tiny on the bands website: www.lbfdpipeband.org.

 

The tri-color logo was created for embroidery on hats, as well as printed on the band's "member" shirts.  I can't seem to attach it to this post.  Bummer.

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Cool lookin logo, particulary like the flame effect. Did it take you long to recreate it in new software?

 

If you hit the 'More Reply Options' button you'll get the option to Attach Files into your reply.

 

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Cool lookin logo, particulary like the flame effect. Did it take you long to recreate it in new software?

 

If you hit the 'More Reply Options' button you'll get the option to Attach Files into your reply.

 

George

 

 

Thanks, George.  It didn't take me too long, but I think that's because I felt pretty comfortable with the software already.  After using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop for a long, long time, this software felt pretty natural.  It actually feels more intuitive actually.  Although there are tools I wish both Affinity programs had, I was able to figure out "work-arounds" failry quickly.  My experience with Adobe Illustrator is minimal compared to my experience with Photoshop, so the transition to Affinity Designer is a bit easier.  Thanks for the comment, and for the info on the "More Reply Options" thingy.

 

Cheers!

 

 

Attached is the Tri-Color version for hats and T-shirts.

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