CorelDraw Course Content

CorelDraw is a Vector Graphics Software, allowing the user to produce World Class Illustrations with 16.7 million colors. CorelDraw is favored by architects / interior designers because of the presence of TEXTURES AND GRAPHICS FOR 3D VISUALIZATION which allows the user to give a realistic look to their interior or architectural designs .

The program is looked as both a "stand-alone" application and also as a partnering software with AutoCAD.

Online CorelDraw Course Content

Phase I
Phase II
Phase III
Phase IV

Phase I

  1. How to Start the CorelDraw program
  2. Introduction to the CorelDRAW program, Menu bar & Drawing Toolbox
  3. Overview of Drawing tools
    1. Freehand Tool
    2. Rectangle Tool
    3. Ellipse Tool
    4. Polygon, Spiral & Graph Paper Tools
      Spiral- You Can Draw Two Types Of Spirals: Symmetrical And Logarithmic
  4. Editing the object
    1. Deleting, Moving, Scaling, Rotating & Skewing
    2. Shape Tool
      - Used To Give Shape(Curve) To A Line.
    3. Knife Tool
      - Used To Cut An Object From Node To Node
    4. Erase Tool
    5. Smudge Tool
      - Smudging Lets You Distort An Object By Dragging The Outline Of An Object Or A Group Of Objects
    6. 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
    1. Live Demo- How to make a Heart
    2. Live Demo- How to make a Plane
    3. Live Demo- How to make a Hand
    4. Live Demo- How to make a Heartleaf
    5. Exercise 1(After learning the above topics you will learn to do Exercise 1)

Phase II

  1. Differentiate Mode of Color
  2. Color Fill Tool :-
    1. Fill Color
    2. Fountain Fill
      - A Fountain Fill Is A Smooth Progression Of Two Or More Colors That Adds Depth To An Object(Gives Shades Of Colors)
    3. Pattern Fill
      - You Can Fill Objects With Two-Color, Full-Color, Or Bitmap Pattern Fills.

    4. Texture Fill
      - A Texture Fill Is A Randomly Generated Fill That You Can Use To Give Your Objects A Natural Appearance.
  3. PostScript Fill
  4. No Fill
  5. Color Docker Window
  6. Outline Tool :-
    1. Outline Pen
    2. Outline Color
    3. No Outline
    4. Outline Thickness
    5. Exercise 2 (After learning the above topics you will learn to do Exercise 2)
  7. Arrange Menu
    1. 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.
    2. Group - When You Group Two Or More Objects, They Are Treated As A Single Unit.
    3. 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)
    4. Convert Outline to object
  8. Edit Menu
    1. Delete
    2. Symbol
    3. Duplicate
    4. Clone
    5. Copy Properties From
  9. View Menu
    1. 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.
    2. Wireframe
      Wireframe — Displays Simple Wireframe In Addition To Intermediate Blend Shapes.
    3. Normal
      Normal — Displays A Drawing Without PostScript Fills Or High-Resolution Bitmaps. Refreshes And Opens Slightly Faster Than Enhanced View.
    4. Enhanced
      Enhanced — Displays A Drawing With PostScript Fills, High-Resolution Bitmaps, And Anti-Aliased Vector Graphics.
    5. Exercise 3 (After learning the above topics you will learn to do Exercise 3)

Phase III

  1. Interactive 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.
    1. 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.
    2. Interactive Distortion Tool
    3. Interactive Envelope Tool
      - It Gives Curve Effects
    4. Interactive Extrude Tool
      - It Gives 3D Effect.
    5. Exercise 4 (After learning the above topics you will learn to do Exercise 4)
  2. Interactive Extrude Tool
    1. Interactive Drop Shadow
      - Drop Shadows Simulate Light Falling On An Object From One Of Five Particular Perspectives: Flat, Right, Left, Bottom, And Top.
    2. Interactive Fill Tool
    3. Interactive Mesh Fill
      - A Type Of Fill That Lets You Add Patches Of Color To The Inside Of A Selected Object
    4. Interactive Transperancy
    5. Excercise 5 (After learning the above topics you will learn to do Exercise 5)
  3. Eyedropper Tool & Paintbucket Tool
  4. Artistic Media Tool
  5. View Menu
  6. Designing an Advertisement layout.
  7. Designing an Greeting Card with proper measurements & Color effects.

Phase IV

  1. Layout Menu
  2. Text Menu
  3. Exercise 6 (After learning the above topics you will learn to do Exercise 6)
  4. Arrange Menu
    1. Shaping - Weld, Trim, Intersect,Simplify, Front Minus Back, Back Minus Front.
    2. Close path
    3. Convert outline to object
  5. Effects Menu
    1. Lens
    2. Powerclip
    3. Add Perspective
    4. Rollover
      - Rollovers Are Interactive Objects That Change In Appearance When You Click Or Point To Them. You Can Create Rollovers Using Objects.
    5. Exercise 7 (After learning the above topics you will learn to do Exercise 7)

Phase V

  1. Miscellaneous design of Pendants using different settings
    1. Live demo of Pendant 1

Phase VI

  1. Miscellaneous design of Earings using different settings
    1. Live demo of Earing 1

Phase VII

  1. Miscellaneous designs of Bracelets using different settings
    1. Live demo 1

    2. Live demo 2

Phase VIII

  1. Miscellaneous design of Bangle using different settings

  2. Based on the above demos, please make the following exercises

Phase IX

  1. Live Demo 1 - Jewellery set including Necklace, Earings, Ring

  2. Live Demo 2 - Necklace