Tag: CorelDraw

Tips for Screen Printing Custom Artwork: Tip 3 – Converting Text to Curves

Tips for Screen Printing Custom Artwork: Tip 3 – Converting Text to Curves

One of the questions we recommended in Tip 2 that you ask your customers when they provide artwork was to ask about the fonts and to make sure they were converted to curves/outlines. We will cover that in more detail this week since it is probably the most important aspect when sending in custom artwork for screen printing. […]

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Tips for Screen Printing Custom Artwork: Tip 2 – Top Questions to Ask Your Customers

Tips for Screen Printing Custom Artwork: Tip 2 – Top Questions to Ask Your Customers

A lot of times your own customers provide the art that they would like made into shirts or other apparel. When this occurs, here are some important questions to ask them about the artwork that will help speed up the process and also help to save you money. Resolution If the customer gives you a […]

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Tips for Screen Printing Custom Artwork: Tip 1 – Software to Create Artwork

Tips for Screen Printing Custom Artwork: Tip 1 – Software to Create Artwork

Transfer Express’ collection of clip art and layouts is very extensive and continues to grow each year. That being said, you don’t have to be an artist to order our designs. Simply customize and order our Easy Prints® layouts. However, we are seeing an increase in the amount of uploaded art to our web site […]

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CorelDraw® Artwork Tip – Powerclip

Filed in CorelDraw by on April 3, 2009

Have you ever wondered how artwork is created where shape or images are inside type? This is a feature in CorelDraw® called Powerclipping. Here are the basic steps. Select the objects to insert into other text/object. Select the EFFECTS menu then choose POWERCLIP. You will then get an arrow – Point to the object the […]

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Make a Separated Outline in CorelDraw®

Filed in Uncategorized by on January 30, 2009

Some Dealers of Transfer Express that order screen printed transfers like to make their own custom artwork. Creating artwork in CorelDraw® can be very intimidating. Below is a video tutorial on how to create a “separarted outline” in CorelDraw®. We used CorelDraw X3 in the video. In this video we assumed your “duplicate distance” is set a […]

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