Creating a logo
Welcome to CorelDRAW®, a comprehensive vector-based drawing and graphic-design program for the graphics
pr...
Setting up the drawing
To start making the logo, you will first create a new document and set the page size.

To set up th...
To duplicate the butterfly wing
1

Click the Pick tool

2

Click Edit

3

In the Duplicate offset dialog box, type 0 in th...
To draw the body of the butterfly
1

Click the Artistic media tool

2

From the Preset stroke list list box on the propert...
5

To finish the butterfly, draw two antennae.

From here . . .
You can explore CorelDRAW on your own, or you can learn mo...
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Totorial Coreldraw_5

  1. 1. Creating a logo Welcome to CorelDRAW®, a comprehensive vector-based drawing and graphic-design program for the graphics professional. In this tutorial, you will create a logo based on a butterfly. This is what the final logo will look like: What you will learn In this tutorial, you will learn how • to set up a custom page size • to use the Artistic media tool • to use the Shape tool • to duplicate objects • to mirror objects Page 1 of 5 CorelDRAW tutorial
  2. 2. Setting up the drawing To start making the logo, you will first create a new document and set the page size. To set up the drawing 1 Click File New. 2 In the Create a New Document dialog box, type 5 in the Width and Height boxes, ensure that inches is selected as the unit of measurement, and click OK. Drawing the butterfly To draw the first butterfly wing, you will use the Artistic Media tool to give the logo a playful, hand-drawn feel. You will then fine-tune the wings with the Shape tool by manipulating the nodes in the Artistic Media stroke. You will also duplicate and mirror the Artistic Media stroke to create the second wing. To draw the butterfly wing 1 From the Zoom levels list box on the property bar, choose To width. 2 In the toolbox, click the Artistic media tool 3 From the Preset stroke list list box on the property bar, choose a stroke that is tapered at both ends . . 4 In the Stroke width box, type .177. 5 On the color palette, click a Red color swatch. 6 Drag in the drawing window to create one of the butterfly wings. To fine-tune the butterfly wing 1 Click the Shape tool 2 Drag any node in the stroke to modify the butterfly wing to your liking. . This is what the butterfly wing looks like: Page 2 of 5 CorelDRAW tutorial
  3. 3. To duplicate the butterfly wing 1 Click the Pick tool 2 Click Edit 3 In the Duplicate offset dialog box, type 0 in the Horizontal offset and Vertical offset boxes, and click OK. in the toolbox, and click the butterfly wing. Duplicate to create another butterfly wing. If the Duplicate offset dialog box does not appear, click Tools the boxes in the Duplicate offset area. Options 4 In the toolbox, click the Free transform tool the property bar. 5 Document General and use Drag the axis so that the duplicate mirrors the original butterfly wing. Page 3 of 5 and then click the Free angle reflection button on CorelDRAW tutorial
  4. 4. To draw the body of the butterfly 1 Click the Artistic media tool 2 From the Preset stroke list list box on the property bar, choose the stroke that is tapered at one end and flat at the other . . 3 Now, you’ll add the head. In between the two wings, draw a circle that is approximately centered between the wings. 4 Now you’ll add the body by drawing an ellipse below the head. Page 4 of 5 CorelDRAW tutorial
  5. 5. 5 To finish the butterfly, draw two antennae. From here . . . You can explore CorelDRAW on your own, or you can learn more by completing other CorelTUTOR™ tutorials. For more information about the topics and tools discussed in this tutorial, see the Help. To access CorelDRAW Help, click Help Help topics. Copyright © 2010 Corel Corporation. All rights reserved. All trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Page 5 of 5 CorelDRAW tutorial

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