I've been offered a job to work with a printer but the boss wants me to use Corel Draw when I've only ever used the Adobe Suite. Is there much of a learning curve if you know Illustrator/Photoshop/InDesign? Is it easy to transfer projects from one to the other?
>>272371 Personally i haven't used corel for a couple of years now, most recent version i remember was X5. Currently only using CC suite and as with everything else - it has its own pros and cons.
Biggest pro for corel is its ability to work in full scale with, I believe unlimited artboard size which comes in handy when industry you're working for is a large format printing and applications. It did however had some issues with using profiles and colours in general. Gradients and raster effects were pretty bad as well.
If you got used to AI you will find incredibly irritating to work with paths, clipping masks and the worst of all layers as the layer manager is ridiculous and clipping masks works in completely fucked up way.
Also forget about importing AIs to Corel and CDRs to AI as currently there are not compatible at all as far as I'm aware. Way round it is to work of PDF's but corel saves them in messed way it only holds it appearance but its not editable in AI and vice versa.
Paths, anchors and curves work differently as by default corel uses equal bezier somewhat familiar to Photoshop but again - different to AI so some time will take to adjust to new key shortcuts.
I used x4 at work and it sucks. When the program crashed it made the last save corrupt and i had to constantly zoom in and out to see my picture properly. It was ridiculously buggy and horribly designed.
>>273136 does it work on black on white? it could work better if the big A were in the center and avoid color until the shape seems right. >>273137 i think it's been a decade since someone used bevel and emboss on their logo. it could look way better using a "hand brush" font.
I applied for two universities. The first is a one year course that skips straight to the final year project. I was told during the interview that I was lacking the fundamental skills and I might not be able to cope but a few weeks later, I found out that I got accepted.
The other that I really wanted get into is a standard three years course but I got sent a rejection letter one day after the interview. I'm not sure what I should do now. Should I just wing it and go into the one year course and do lots of self-study and hope to graduate from the course with no... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
OP here, I was wondering about the edges, they aren't straight and I was wondering how to do it since I was planning to re-do the lettering with shapes. The font is Block Berthold Condensed if anyone was wondering. All i needed to do was slightly blur it.
Can anyone help me slap pic related into a background of this text? Got no photoshop here, and too shitty of a connection to get it. Just image on the background and text centered in middle. Thanks in advance if you can help me.
Hey. Can someone more talented then me help with a tattoo design? I've been wanting to get a 3/4 sleeve either in American traditional, neotraditional, or old school design. If anyone can help that'd be awesome. Something similar to this but more suited for a guy
>>272789 Why are you on a graphic design board? This is something your tattoo artist have to do. Find a good artist in your area, write them a mail and they'll help you. Look into the working ethics of tattooing before getting a tattoo.
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