Setting the stage

Written by Jeff Harrison
January 10, 2011

If you’re nervous about starting a new project (or feel “designer’s block”), one of the ways to kill the fear is to at least get the information and images inside CorelDRAW. Such as:

When that’s done, you can then make a background, scale and color text, and provide further treatments. A common requirement will be to knock out backgrounds of bitmaps using Photo-Paint.

Here’s my result for this fictional poster:

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Jeff Harrison is a media "Jack-of-all-trades", familiar with most of the major media applications on the Windows platform. Whether it's 2D/print, 3D, audio, video, or web-related - he's working on mastering everything that comes his way. He's a past Alpha and Beta tester for Corel, and has instructed students from all over the world. He runs the popular MacroMonster.com site, the #1 place for CorelDRAW macros. Also check out his youtube page, and his gallery at coreldraw.com.

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