- [Ronnie] Congratulations, I hope you enjoyed…this course, and if you'd like to learn more…about Affinity Designer, head over to their website…and visit either the forums or tutorials there.…You can also visit my YouTube channel,…where I have plenty of free videos there,…so please take advantage of that and if you'd like to reach…me, you can reach me via Twitter @mixmediasalad.…You can also visit my website.…There you'll find more information about me…and you'll also find more links to great Affinity Designer…tutorials and information.…If you have any questions, I'd be happy to answer them,…so thank you very much for taking the course…and I wish you all the best.…
Here Ronnie McBride introduces the workflows and tools required to get up to speed with this fast, powerful, and professional application. He shows how to work with workspaces in Affinity Designer, called personas; use the drawing tools; and create custom brushes. This course is designed to help artists feel more confident and become more proficient using Affinity Designer in their own work.
- Creating a new document
- Setting up margins, guides, and grids
- Snapping and aligning
- Drawing vector lines and shapes
- Using the Pen tool
- Creating and editing text
- Scaling and rotating objects
- Managing vector and pixel brushes
- Creating symbols
- Selecting areas and color ranges
- Using layer masks
- Creating layer effects and adjustment layers
- Exporting work
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Understanding Preferences and Guides
3. Drawing Vectors Lines and Shapes
4. Manipulating and Managing Objects: Draw Persona
5. Understanding Panels
6. Selection Methods
7. Importing and Exporting Your Files
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