CorelDraw – How To Make a 3D Earth Globe Logo Design in Corel Draw

CorelDraw – How To Make a 3D Earth Globe Logo Design in Corel Draw


Corel Draw Tutorial Logo Design In this tutorial you will learn, how to create a 3D Logo design in CorelDraw X8 Let’s create 5 circles. Make the outline of the circles thicker. Next we will convert the outlines to curves ( Ctrl+ Q). Transform the circles to ovals, to create a simple perspective view And weld the ovals to create a single object Create another circle. Next, we will use the Fish Eye Lens effect, To automatically create a realistic curved shape around a circle. Move the circle above the ovals, And select “Frozen” when we are satisfied with the result. Remove unwanted shapes and clean a bit the shape created. In the next step we will create manually , the curve that is coming from behind of the circle. Select a Node from the shape, break the curve, And delete the nodes until we have a smooth curved line. In the next step we will use the 2-Point Line to connect all curves toghether. Select all nodes and convert them to curves. And now we will work on the curves we just added until we are satisfied with the result. In the next step we will use the extrude tool to create a ribbon effect from this curve. Separate the curve from the ribbon shape (Ctrl+K) Ungroup the object created Select all nodes and automatically “Reduce Nodes” to increase the curve smoothness. Delete unwanted shapes. And move shapes behind or in front, to create a realistic rotation of the ribbon. For better distinguish, we will add different color to the Back/Front shapes. Let’s create a rectangle to cut the front shapes at same angle. Now let’s make the arrow, to create some movement direction in the design. Next, we will use a map to create the 3d Earth effect. I used a world map bitmap and trace it in CorelDraw. To create the 3D effect we will use the Lens (Fish eye effect) Let’s use the extrude tool to add some deep in the design In the next step we will create the earth globe . Just add a simple elliptical fountain fill gradient. This is already looking nice!!! What do you think? Lets’ add some light effect in the design. Create a circle, Add an Elliptical fountain fill gradient, Add colors from the center: white-black-white-black. Make black colors from the gradient transparent. And a transparency to the circle: Transparency – Overlay. Play with the gradient until you are satisfied with the result. Let’s arrange the layers.Bring the arrows in front of the earth design ( Shift+ Page Up). Make the earth smaller. Add some gradient’s o the arrows to make them look more realistic. Duplicate the front arrows Intersect front arrow with duplicated arrow, to create a light effect. Make the intersection white, Add a transparency, Transparency – Overlay. Now, let’s play with the design until we are satisfied with the result . If you want me to upload CorelDraw tutorials regularly, don’t forget to leave a comment about this video, like/dislike. BIG THANKS to you, for your patience to follow this tutorial to the end.

Photography Logo: Learn How to Design a Photography Logo in Photoshop [photography logo]

Photography Logo: Learn How to Design a Photography Logo in Photoshop [photography logo]


Grab a piece of paper and a pen and give your initial signature on it Take a picture on your phone and import that picture on your pc Open that picture in illustrator Then grab the pen tool and start creating a path on the picture It will take some time and some practice too Just give some stroke weight And after that it’s almost ready Select the path and go to object – expand click – OK Grab the direct selection tool and give some rounded corner Grab the type tool and write the other text Make some adjustment if need Now your signature type photography logo is ready THANK YOU GUYS LIKE SHEAR SUBSCRIBE

Garuda Logo Design in Coreldraw x7 | Coreldraw Tutorials

Garuda Logo Design in Coreldraw x7 | Coreldraw Tutorials


Ctrl hold shift then right click to copy move left click then right click to copy hold shift and select delete shift and select delete right click to remove outline right click to remove outline Right click to remove outline Right Click to remove outline Ctrl D to duplicate shift to select objects Thanks for watching please subscribe my channel to get more design video

Adding Third-Party Domains Step-by-Step || Shopify Help Center 2017

Adding Third-Party Domains Step-by-Step || Shopify Help Center 2017


[Music] Why is it important to register a custom
domain name? Think of it as your identity on the Internet.
This is how people are going to know you and refer to you when they talk to their
friends about your store. You want it to be related to your brand and easy to
remember. A good custom domain will make your store more visible in search
results. Typing your company’s name into a search engine like Google or Yahoo
it’s far easier than having to remember a specific URL and having a name that
matches your brand syncs up those results.
It also unifies your brand having a similar custom URL for your main website
and your store helps avoid a disconnect between the two in your customers minds.
Bringing both together under the same URL will plant the seeds in your
customers minds that your company website and online store come from the
same source. In this video I’m going to talk about the language used to describe
what domains really are. This will help you set up a domain name that you
already own for your Shopify store. A domain is the address also called a URL
that people can use to visit your website on the Internet. The domain
appears in the address bar of your web browser and a website can have multiple
domains that allow you to go to the same webpage. Your domain name is made up of several parts. The first is the root domain this does not have a prefix like
WWW, so it’s easy to recognize. An example of root domain would be Shopify.com. The second is the sub domain this is a prefix that comes before the root domain.
For example, we have help.shopify.com and blog.shopify.com The third type of domain is called the primary domain. Think of the primary domain as the kind
of master name for your website, because this acts as the face of your business
online. Your primary domain is what customers see in the address bar as they
look at your store. It’s also shared with third parties like
Facebook and Pinterest and will appear in search results on search engines like
Google. A primary domain can be a root domain or any other subdomains. Now it
gets a little more technical domains have something called domain name server records, also called DNS records and what they do is associate the domains and the
sub domains with an internet location. DNS records are sometimes called
resource records or DNS zone files depending on who you purchase your
domain name from and what terms they use. There are three DNS records that you
might need to update for your Shopify store. First the a record also called an
address record or a host record. This points your custom domain name to your Shopify stores IP address. Next the CNAME which also stands for canonical name
points one of your subdomains to your Shopify store domain. For example your
store name my Shopify com. It’s the URL you get when you just sign up. A cname
always points to another domain name rather than directly to an IP address. By
the way if you buy a domain from Shopify changing these records is already done
for you, if you bought your domain from a third-party provider your Shopify admin
will provide you with the records you’ll need to change on a third-party site.
Finally we have the MX record which stands for mail exchange record. There
what redirect emails sent to your custom domain to the email address you’d prefer.
For example MX records are what can help you get an email like [email protected] in order to update all of these DNS records, if you bought the
domain from a third-party provider you just need to log in to their site in
order to update the records. Once you’re done this will redirect
traffic invisibly from that domain to your Shopify store. Then your customers
will only see your domain name in the address bar of their web browser and
they will no longer see your myshopify.com address that you got
when you signed up. [Music] After you set up your subdomain and your root domain meaning that you pointed them at Shopify. You’ll need to claim those domain names in your Shopify store. This step identifies you as the owner of your custom domain to
Shopify, so to get started log into your Shopify admin. yYou want to click online
store in the side bar, followed by domains. Then click add existing domain
and enter your root domain. This does not have a prefix like WWW, an example of
root domain would be johnsapparel.com. It can take up to 24 hours for the
domain to be fully set up. For each subdomain that you want to pair with
your Shopify store just repeat these steps. Once all of your subdomains are
claimed you’re ready to go, so I’m going to quickly claim one of my subdomains.
I’ll click add existing domain and this one will be store.johnsapparel.com. Now
you may see a notice like setup in progress here, meaning you might want to
check with your third-party provider that all of your DNS records are
properly configured. If you want to learn more about what DNS records are you can watch our video called understanding domains. That’s how to claim domains
in Shopify. [Music]

Understanding Domains || Shopify Help Center 2017

Understanding Domains || Shopify Help Center 2017


[Music] Why is it important to register a custom domain name? Think of it as your identity on the internet. This is how people are going to know you and refer to you when they talk to their friends about your store. You want it to be related to your brand and easy to remember. A good custom domain will make your store more visible in search results. Typing your company’s name into a search engine like Google or Yahoo is far easier than having to remember a specific URL and having a name that matches your brand syncs up those results. It also unifies your brand. Having a similar custom URL for your main website and your store helps avoid a disconnect between the two in your customers minds. Bringing both together under the same URL will plant the seeds in your customers minds that your company website and online store come from the same source. In this video, I’m going to talk about the language used to describe what domains really are. This will help you set up a domain name that you already own for your Shopify store. A domain is the address, also called a URL, that people can use to visit your website on the internet. The domain appears in the address bar of your web browser and a website can have multiple domains that allow you to go to the same web page. Your domain name is made up of several parts. The first is the root domain. This does not have a prefix like www. so it’s easy to recognize. An example of root domain would be shopify.com. The second is the sub domain. This is a prefix that comes before the root domain. For example, we have help.shopify.com and blog.shopify.com. The third type of domain is called the primary domain. Think of the primary domain as a kind of master name for your website. Because this acts as the face of your business online. Your primary domain is what customers see in the address bar as they look at your store. It’s also shared with third parties like Facebook and Pinterest and will appear in search results on search engines like Google. A primary domain can be a root domain or any of its subdomains. So now it gets a little more technical, domains have something called domain nameserver records. Also called DNS records and what they do is associate the domains and the subdomains with an internet location. DNS records are sometimes called resource records or DNS zone files depending on who you purchase your domain name from and what terms they use. There are three DNS records that you might need to update for your Shopify store. First, the A record also called an address record or a host record. This points your custom domain name to your Shopify store’s IP address. Next the CNAME, which also stands for canonical name, points one of your subdomains to your Shopify store domain. For example, your store name.myshopify.com. It’s the URL you get when you just sign up a CNAME always points to another domain name rather than directly to an IP address. By the way, if you buy a domain from Shopify changing these records is already done for you. If you bought your domain from a third-party provider, your Shopify Admin will provide you with the records you’ll need to change on a third-party site. Finally, we have the MX record which stands for mail exchange record. They’re what redirect emails sent to your custom domain to the email address you’d prefer. So, for example, MX records are what can help you get an email like [email protected] In order to update all of these DNS records, if you bought the domain from a third-party provider, you just need to log in to their site in order to update the records. Once you’re done, this will redirect traffic invisibly from that domain to your Shopify store. Then your customers will only see your domain name in the address bar of their web browser, and they will no longer see your myshopify.com address that you got when you signed up. [Music]