Topics Cover
1)
How to Start the CorelDRAW program
   
2)
Introduction to the CorelDRAW program, Menu bar & Drawing Toolbox
 
3)
Overview of Drawing tools
 
a)
Freehand Tool
 
b)
Rectangle Tool
 
c)
Ellipse Tool
 
d)
Polygon, Spiral & Graph Paper Tools
    Spiral- You can draw two types of spirals: symmetrical and logarithmic
 
4)
Editing the object
 
a)
Deleting, Moving, Scaling, Rotating & Skewing
 
b)
Shape Tool
   
- Used to give shape(curve) to a line.
     
 
c)
Knife Tool
   
- Used to cut an object from node to node
     
 
d)
Erase Tool
 
e)
Smudge Tool
    - Smudging lets you distort an object by dragging the outline of an object or a group of objects
     
 
f)
Roughen Tool
   
- The roughening effect lets you apply a jagged or spiked edge to objects (A generic term for any item you   create or place in a drawing.Objects include line,shapes,graphic and text) , including lines, curves, and text
 
5)
How to combine two lines
   
6)
Learn to use Transformation (Mirror) of object and combine it
  - Lets you rotate and create mirror images of objects.Mirroring an object flips it from left to right or top to bottom.
   
7)
Learn to use Transformation (Rotation), to make a flower 
 
8)
Live Demos
 
a)
Live Demo- How to make a Heart
 
b)
Live Demo- How to make a Plane
 
c)
Live Demo- How to make a Hand
d)
Live Demo- How to make a Heartleaf
   
9)
Differentiate Mode of Color
 
10)
Color Fill Tool :-
a)
Fill Color
b)
Fountain Fill
    - A fountain fill is a smooth progression of two or more colors that adds depth to an object(Gives shades of colors)
     
c)
Pattern Fill
   

- You can fill objects with two-color, full-color, or bitmap pattern fills.

     
d)
Texture Fill
    - A texture fill is a randomly generated fill that you can use to give your objects a natural appearance.
     
e)
PostScript Fill
f)
No Fill
g)
Color Docker Window
 
11)
Outline Tool :-
a)
Outline Pen
b)
Outline Color
c)
No Outline
d)
Outline Thickness
     
12)
Arrange Menu
a)
Order
    - You can change the stacking order of objects on a layer by sending objects to the front or back, or behind or  in front of other objects.
     
b)
Group
    - When you group two or more objects, they are treated as a single unit.
     
c)
Convert to curve
    - Lets you shape objects by manipulating their nodes(The square point at each end of a line or curve segment)   and segments(The line or curve between nodes in a curve objects)
     
d)
Convert Outline to object
   
13)
Edit Menu
a)
Delete
b)
Symbol
c)
Duplicate
    Duplicate an object
     
d)
Clone
e)
Copy Properties From
14)
View Menu
a)
Simple Wireframe
    - Simple wireframe — displays an outline of the drawing by hiding fills, extrusions, contours, drop shadows, and   intermediate blend shapes; also displays the bitmaps in monochrome. It lets you quickly preview basic   elements in a  drawing.
     
b)
Wireframe
    Wireframe — displays simple wireframe in addition to intermediate blend shapes.
     
c)
Normal
    Normal — displays a drawing without PostScript fills or high-resolution bitmaps. Refreshes and opens slightly   faster  than enhanced view.
     
d)
Enhanced
    Enhanced — displays a drawing with PostScript fills, high-resolution bitmaps, and anti-aliased vector graphics.
     
15)
Interactive Tool :-
a) Interactive Blending Tool
   

- Lets you create blends, such as straight-line blends, blends along a path((The basic components from which   objects are constructed) , and compound blends.

     
b)
Interactive Contour Tool
   

- You can contour (An effect created by adding evenly spaced concentric shapes inside or outside the borders   of an object) an object to create a series of concentric lines that progress to the inside or outside of the   object.

     
c)
Interactive Distortion Tool
d)
Interactive Envelope Tool
    - It gives curve effects
     
e)
Interactive Extrude Tool
    - It gives 3D effect.
   
16)
Interactive Extrude Tool
a)
Interactive Drop Shadow
    - Drop shadows simulate light falling on an object from one of five particular perspectives: flat, right, left,   bottom, and top.
     
b)
Interactive Fill Tool
c)
Interactive Mesh Fill
    - A type of fill that lets you add patches of color to the inside of a selected object
e)
Interactive Transperancy
     
17)
Eyedropper Tool & Paintbucket Tool
 
18)
Artistic Media Tool
19)
View Menu
20)
Designing an Advertisement layout.
 
21)
Designing an Greeting Card with proper measurements & Color effects.
 
22)
Layout Menu
23)
Text Menu
24)
Live demo : Advertisement Layout with proper measurements.
   
25)
Arrange Menu
a)
Shaping - Weld, Trim, Intersect,Simplify, Front Minus Back, Back Minus Front.
b)
Close path
c)
Convert outline to object
26)
Live demo :To make a Logo.
   
27)
Effects Menu
a)
Lens
b)
Powerclip
c)
Add Perspective
d)
Rollover
    - Rollovers are interactive objects that change in appearance when you click or point to them. You can create   rollovers using objects.
     
28)
Bitmap Menu
29)
Live Demo : Packet / Box Designing
30)
Designing a Visiting Card
31)
Designing a Letterhead
32)
Final Project