Corel Draw is a popular graphics software. One of the functions of Corel Draw is the use of pre-made “brushes.” These brushes are actually shapes, such as flowers, animals and typography, that can be imprinted on the canvas with a single click, as opposed to drawing the design each time it is used.
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Things you need
- Corel Draw
- Downloaded brush set
Open the Corel Draw program and create a new file by selecting “File” and then “New.”
Choose the “Window” option and select “Dockers,” and then “Brush Settings” to open the Docker pane.
Press “P” for “Paint” to activate the Docker. Stretch the Docker pane by clicking and dragging the corners so that all of the options are visible.
Click on the “Nib Options” icon, located on the “Nib Properties” line. Scroll down to “Nib Load.”
Go to the location of the downloaded brush that is saved on the computer.
Select “Open” to pull the brush set into Corel Draw. The brushes are now ready to use.
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