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  Tutorials Vector Graphics CorelDraw (59 materials)

CorelDraw

CorelDrawCorel Draw-it is your chance to create a unique masterpiece, original and distinctive, bright and outstanding, impressive and memorable. If you are sure that you have what to tell others and the best way for this- is art, then Corel Draw will be your shortest way for finding right images and colors that will express your message better than any word. Corel Draw- is a graphic vector editor that will carry out this task in a proper way, helping you to reveal your nature and potential through different suitable operations, used as a totality of artistic tricks, and creating the very result you were eager to get. Corel Draw- will help you to share your thoughts and ideas with others, involving them in a wonderful world of creativity.
Give 3D effect to the 2D logo.
Make realistic and cool 3D effect in Corel Draw.
Editor's Pick of February, 2009
A three-dimensional image of our planet is really frequently used in business logos and web design layouts, so learn how to draw one.
Make 3D logo with extrude tool.
Learn how to create an interlaced rings in Corel Draw.
Select the Ellipse Tool, hold down the Control key, and draw out an ellipse shape. Holding down control will keep the ellipse proportional. You can make it whatever color you want your poker chip to be. I made mine blue.
This tutorial will teach you how to type text on a path, make adjustments to its placement, separate the text from the path, and straighten the text after it's been applied to a path.
In this detailed tutorial, you'll learn how to create a tasty peppermint candy cane for the holidays!
Editor's Pick in Vector Graphics, December 2006
This tutorial is done in Vector Graphics and will show you how to use Corel Draw to make a Broken Heart. The author has an easy-to-follow nine step lesson.
Illustrations created in all major vector drawing programs have a definite anatomy and share a common pattern. Whether you use Deneba Canvas™, Adobe® Illustrator®, CorelDRAW or Macromedia® FreeHand® you will find that this pattern exists even though each program may define the parts differently.