Shared June 28, 2020
Inkscape V1.0 and Affinity Designer are free or low-cost alternatives to Adobe Illustrator. This video demonstrates all three packages in operation in order to assist those seeking the best vector graphics application.
Inkscape can be freely downloaded from: https://inkscape.org/
Affinity Designer can be purchased, or downloaded for a free trial, from: http://affinity.serif.com/
Please note that I have no association with either Inkscape or Serif, and that this not sponsored content.
If you like this video, you may be interested in these other ExplainingComputers episodes:
Affinity Photo: A Real Photoshop Alternative?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6enH...
Linux Photoshop Alternatives: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQ7Ly...
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00:40 Vector Illustration
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