This is the final lesson in our four-part series on How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer.
This is part three in our four-part series on How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer.
This is part two in our four-part series on How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer.
Welcome to How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer, a four-part video series to help you learn how to design flat icons in Affinity Designer.
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to embark on a mystical journey and learn how to create our very own dream catcher in Affinity Designer. Using a step-by-step workflow, we’re going to see how we can achieve a detailed illustration with the help of a few basic geometric shapes in combination with some stroke lines here and there.
Grids are a useful feature in any design software. In this video from my course Affinity Designer Quick Start, you’ll learn how to set up grids in Affinity Designer. I’ll show you how to use the key features of both the standard grid and the isometric grid.
Retro design is one of the top trends and is never out of style. Why is it so popular? Follow this tutorial and find out why people love this style throughout the smooth forms and pastel colors of old-fashioned items!
If you want to get up to speed with Affinity Designer, our Affinity Designer Quick Start course is a great place to start. Thousands of people have already taken the course and learned the ins and outs of this powerful vector graphics software package.
In this tutorial we’ll be creating a composition of flat internet security icons in Affinity Designer, using geometric shapes, the Vector Crop Tool, Operations, the Stroke panel and some other functions.