I've just been taking a look at Affinity as an alternative to Illustrator which is a bit of software I have a love/hate relationship with.
I've been hearing some very good things about it, that it's intuitive, easy to use, packed with features, compatible with other packages, no need for an expensive subscription and compared with AI, it's a snip to purchase.
Best of all it's stepping on Adobe's toes who've monopolised the market and have everyone over a barrel.
Unfortunately, my old Macbook (Frankenstein) is a bit long in the tooth to run it otherwise I'd have bought it but when Frank does eventually go to Apple Heaven then I think I'll deffo give it a try as it seems to tick all my boxes.
Anyone tried it yet and if so, what are your thoughts?
I haven't switched to either but my understanding is that Sketch is geared towards UI design (so replacing Photoshop in that way) whereas Affinity is an Illustrator competitor. @scotty in your case I think it's Affinity you want to try rather than Sketch.