A Senior Graphic Designer joins the Corel team and learns to embrace the PC life.
Hello creative peeps!
I hope you were inspired by some of the Corel talent in my last post! If you want to see more amazing work visit http://coreldraw.com, the galleries provide endless inspiration.And again, please share any great work you’ve come across… unless it’s super rated R, I know it’s inspiring, that just may be for a different type of blog 😉
I want to thank Stefan for posting a reply to my earlier post, I checked out his blog, http://stefanlindblad-english.blogspot.com, and not only is he uber-talented, but he delivers tons of tips for Corel software, as well as advice for graphic artists, designers, and illustrators about the industry. It’s so important we support each other in the creative community, so I stole (that’s not a very supportive word, let’s say borrowed) this list of design websites from Stefan:
And I’ve added a few of my own faves:
Do you have any to add to my list???
As for my transition to the PC life, it’s been going ever so smoothly and I have a few additional CorelDRAW discoveries to share with you:
- Similar to Kuler, CorelDRAW has Color Harmonies that allows you to find complementary colours and palettes. You can find this feature in the Options button > Mixers > Color Harmonies.
- The “Find and Replace” feature allows you to find and replace an entire colour model, how cool is that?
- Lastly, did you know all your pages can be different dimensions! Say wha’?! yep, it’s true.
Now, let’s end with a little PC vs Mac debate humour… cheers.