Tutorial: How to create an emblem in CorelDraw
Well, yes – I’m using CorelDraw and Illustrator. I’m using CorelDraw since 1992. and sometimes, working in CorelDraw it’s a little bit easier for me.
Draw something that looks like a wing (using Bezier Tool)
Draw 2 circles, one on the top of the other
Use “back minus front” option from “Shaping” menu
Using “weld” option from “Shape” menu, weld copied wing and created shape.
Add scroll (help: how to draw a scroll) for orientation, so you can add more elements around. Draw one big “grungy” circle as displayed.
Add few “branches” and stain drips (help: how to create grungy vector brushes in Illustrator).
Draw few elements inside the emblem: animals, flowers, branches, people… anything
Finally add some ink splatters around the emblem (help: how to create grungy vector brushes in Illustrator)
Add one big dotted circle in background (help: how to create popart circle in Photoshop) and colorize the emblem.
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