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    now use adobe suite (illustrator, photoshop) but I want to try affinity

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    Yes also curious about affinity? Any feedback about it here?

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    Cool

    there is nothing like adobe collection But price is bit high
    Go for affinity it's cheaper

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    illustrator is good

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    Illustrator or Photoshop. Or if I want a challenge try MS Word/Paint. :D

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    I like using illustrator, sketch, and indesign in that order.

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    Illustrator for me!

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    Coreldraw

    I use Coreldraw

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    Pencil, Paper, Illustrator (because FreeHand is dead) :-(

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    Adobe Illustrator!

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    Photoshop + Illustrator

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    Quote Originally Posted by contra View Post
    Pencil, Paper, Illustrator (because FreeHand is dead) :-(
    Freehand was my first vector drawing program. The way how Adobe killed it is a crime.

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    I used Photoshop and Illustrator for about 12 years. I moved to Affinity Designer and Photo, Clip Studio Paint, and Sketch about two years ago and haven't looked back. I really miss the blend tool though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oggle View Post
    Yes also curious about affinity? Any feedback about it here?
    Affinity is nice. It has some great features, first and foremost being that unlike Illustrator (which is ridiculous) it supports Multithreading, so it can actually make full use of your quad/six/eight/whatever core CPU.

    Another thing I love about Affinity is how it handles selection: instead of it selecting something even if your selection box hits a single pixel (or well, not really pixel since it's vector but you know what I mean) like AI, Affinity only selects something if the selection box completely covers it.

    What's really cool is that Affinity allows you to work in vector mode and pixel mode, so you can use PS like raster effects without having to import your design in another program.

    Of course, it's newer so the feature list can't possible compete with that of Illustrator. A missing feature I often hear people complaining about with Affinity is Illustrator's offset path function, which can be a lifesaver.

    Similarly, I really miss the fantastic select same options that Illustrator has. Being able to select everything with a certain colour, stroke width of appearance is really fantastic and has saved my butt more times than I can recall.

    Still, Illustrator can be dreadfully slow compared to Affinity. And then there's of course the fact that CC will set you back a whopping €700,- a year on the full CC sub, while Affinity is a single payment of €50 I think. So Affinity certainly offers way more value for the money.

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