CorelDRAW Brush Pack Revisited

January 18, 2011

Of all the blog posts I’ve done, I think I’ve gotten the most e-mail and phone calls in regards to the CorelDRAW Brush Pack that I told you about last week. I’m going to try and address some of the questions I’ve gotten as best possible in this post.

If you haven’t already gone to the CorelDRAW Brush Pack product page, I’ll encourage you to check it out. Yes, there is a product for sale there. What you also find is nearly 2.5 hours of free video tutorials. You don’t have to buy anything to watch the videos! They are all on the product page for anyone and everyone to view. After you watch the videos, I think you will see the value of the CorelDRAW Brush Pack. Whether you purchase it or not, I’m sure you’ll learn something about using Artistic Media Brushes in CorelDRAW.

Some users ask me about the cost of the CorelDRAW Brush Pack. The price was always listed on the product page, but I guess it wasn’t obvious enough. I’ve modified the page to make the $69.99 cost more obvious. Others have asked me what version of CorelDRAW is required. I thought the first sentence on the page saying they work in CorelDRAW X3, X4 and X5 cleared that up. If not, I just repeated the answer here.

There was also confusion one user mentioned because some of the videos were named Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. The misunderstanding was they these videos referred to other packages of brushes. In short, one video was broken into three pieces so that each video was a smaller file. At this time, there are no other volumes of brushes available. CorelDRAW Brush Pack 1 includes over 400 different brushes!

I also heard from users who had purchased the CorelDRAW Brush Pack to ask me how to install/use them in CorelDRAW. The last video on the page gives you instructions on how to take the CorelDRAW Brush Pack file you download and make the brushes available to CorelDRAW. I also heard from someone at Corel who was really impressed with the package.

I encourage all of you to take the time to watch the free videos. If you want your artwork to stand out from others, I also encourage you to invest in the CorelDRAW Brush Pack. If you are creating better artwork than your competition, it is only going to make your business better. By utilizing the information contained in the video along with the CorelDRAW Brush Pack, I have no doubt that your artwork will stand out! Once again, check out the CorelDRAW Brush Pack product page for nearly 2.5 hours of free videos and some really awesome brushes available for purchase.

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