This tutorial will instruct you on how to create a vexel portrait in Corel Draw. This tutorial is not for beginners in Corel. To follow the tutorial you need to know the basics of Corel DRAW like trimming, welding, drawing with bezeir tool etc.
If you have any difficulties you can contact me. Hope u like it. submitted: 5 years and 1118 days ago
In this tutorial I will show you step by step process of creating a polyorama. Here you will learn to create a building, a cat, Floral patterns, heart shape and human figures in coreldraw. Its not just polyorama, in this tutorial there are sbs for creating many objects. I hope it will be helpful to you and you will create your own polyoramas. submitted: 5 years and 1249 days ago
Its a little something dedicated to CorelDraw and photoshop lovers on this valentines. ;)
Here I have used a combination of two very different softwares-CorelDRAW and Photoshop. I always loved coreldraw as the best drawing software and photoshop as the best coloring software. Some people believe that this combination is not possible because of "compatibility issues". Well I am not very sure, here is a new combination. I hope u will like it.
NOTE:It is really very hard to categorize this tutorial but still I am putting it as CorelDraw tutorial... submitted: 5 years and 1259 days ago
Here I am trying to show you how to draw cartoons. I will try to make as simple as possible. Drawing cartoons is very amusing. You will enjoy learning how to make figures. And maybe, you will also discover a new talent in yourself. This techniques can be applied on paper, but also in any digital photo editing program such as Photoshop. submitted: 5 years and 1338 days ago
Almost everyone nowadays has a twitter account. If you have a twitter account, then you will need a twitter bird.
This tutorial will show you how to create a vector twitter bird using basic shapes.
We will be using some primary shapes like circle, triangle and rectangle. submitted: 5 years and 1351 days ago
In this tutorial I will show you how to draw a realistic portrait of Wolverine.
I am using Hugh Jackman's photo as reference. So here is the step by step process of drawing portrait of wolverine...
Only HB pencil is used here... but you can also apply these techniques digitally, in Photoshop or any other image editing program. submitted: 5 years and 1362 days ago
In this tutorial I am going to show step by step process of drawing hair with a pencil.
- A sheet
- HB pencil
- 2B pencil
- 68 pencil
- A blank paper(you will need the paper to place it under your hand so that you dont smudge the tones you are creating).
KEEP YOUR PENCILS SHARP! Let's get started! submitted: 5 years and 1364 days ago
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a glass using shape tools and trim, weld, intersect actions. I will use the transparency tool to add effects.
I have used corel x4. submitted: 5 years and 1382 days ago
This tutorial will show you the step by step technique of painting a portrait in oil colors. Here I am not using a canvas to paint this portrait, I am using an oil sheet.
Ochre Yellow, Scarlet lake, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Cobalt Blue, Crimson, Cadmium Yellow and Ivory White.
6.Brushes no.11, no.6, no.4, no.1
submitted: 5 years and 1651 days ago
This tutorial will show you how to create a colorful 3D cube...
I recommend CorelDRAW x4 for this tutorial...I have used CMYK color mode as it is default mode in CorelDraw.
Also activate snap to object (Alt+Z)... this will make your lines more accurate.... submitted: 5 years and 1741 days ago
This tutorial will show you how to sketch a realistic eye.
11 and 3 number brush
graphite powder submitted: 5 years and 1747 days ago
This tutorial will teach you to draw a tree. All that u will need is a sheet(textured sheet will be the best) and 6b pencil.
-You can start with quick sketch. Just draw what u see with the lines. No shading or details needed. Quick sketching is the best way of learning forms and shapes. DON'T USE ERASER for quick sketching. I believe that the use of eraser makes you repeat your mistakes. So try to avoid eraser.
Now Quick Sketch the stem and branches of the tree in front of you. leave the space for leaves...that can be done in the shading process
-Now the shading. Don't hold the pencil like you would hold the writing pen, but lay the lead all flat on paper for shading.
Leave the areas white where ever u see direct sunlight. shade the stem darker then leaves
-Finishing the Sketch. Add the shadow of the tree on the ground. Now u will need to hold the pencil like a pen for the textures of the stem. draw small small lines over the shaded stem and your tree will be ready.
submitted: 5 years and 1753 days ago