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Asset Manager - Easy Guide // Affinity Photo, Affinity Designer & Affinity Publisher

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This easy Guide will show you how to use the Asset Manager effectively in Affinity Photo, Affinity Designer & Affinity Publisher. How to import Vetor Shapes, PNG and JPG files. 

I will show you who to build Special Effects Libraries very fast and with ease, to have a great selection for your future projects and streamline your workflow :)

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https://www.freepik.com/free-vector/collection-colorful-speech-bubbles-vector_3109989.htm
https://unsplash.com/photos/hTv8aaPziOQ
https://www.psdbox.com/

 

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Thanks again for another great tutorial, Olivio! I always look forward to the ''hello, my friends" lol..also, that beard color!!  So I have a couple of questions for you about your work with Assets. Do you find that having a lot of them in your Asset Manager slows anything down, whether in Affinity or Windows/Mac?  And, regarding your workflow, how is this versus having your resources in established folders on your computer that you can import from?

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