People always ask me: what software do you use? and upon answering CorelDraw, the response is always a chuckle and a: WHY?
So I decided to make my choice public and stand by it!
about 1 year ago
With Illustrator, I miss lots of bezier editing feats that I used to have available in Corel...
It's not the programs you use that matters, but your skills :)
What @Stina said. ;)
right, that's what i say... :)
I usually do most of my work in Flash + Photoshop. It's tricky to break old patterns just because "everyone else is doing it in a different way"
If it works, it works ^^
Flash? @Stina, are we still talking illustration/typography, or animation?
Here in Brazil, back in the 90s having a Macintosh was very very expensive, so lots of designers that were coming from the paste-up era ended up settling with Windows PCs and Corel... Some of these designers never got to get a Mac up to today. And they're still fine (I think). Just to think the size of the jump these guys did back then, from paste-up to (any) computer...
Also there's lots of folks around the world that loved freehand big time, and nowadays they basically beg Adobe to release that as open source software. Illustrator's Auto Trace feature used to be SO shitty before Adobe got their hands on Macromedia...
So, yeah, it's not the bow, it's the indian after all...
@Nikita Nah, I'm rarely animating these days. I have been brainwashed and lobotomized by my education way back when Flash was still the new hip thing. Right now I'm just using it as a base of my illustrations, vectors and fast scetches. But I have been trying to do more stuff in AI lately, even if it makes my hair turn a bit gray ;(
Corel users unite!
10 months ago
wow! Corel! I learned design with Corel Draw in 2001. It will always be in my heart lol haven't used it in years tho.
9 months ago
@Angel A. Acevedo Man! I'm dead as dead without it.
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