Watch and learn how I create a unique brush and then apply it to a
shape in CorelDRAW X5.
This feature has been in CorelDRAW since version
9, but very few know about it.
joan said:I am curious to know if and what the advantage is for making so many
dupes of your initial squares. Like, wouldn't it still work the same with only the 1st four squares?
No... the final result would be very different if a brush is based on only 4 squares (since the entire stroke is stretched around another shape). You are surely thinking of the Artistic Media Sprayer tool, where you can make one object and then spray it along an existing curve of any length. But again, the result is different yet again with the Sprayer: the corners would not conform the way they do in the video.
Here is some inspiration for all:
joan said:very cool, Jeff.
I am curious to know if and what the advantage is for making so many
dupes of your initial squares. Like, wouldn't it still work the same
with only the 1st four squares?
Well you could divide up your curve. I'm using this to divide it equally.