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Written tutorial of the month: Simulating a 'puzzle' effect in CorelDRAW® X6
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This blog covers CorelDRAW / Corel PHOTO-PAINT related tips & tricks and tutorials.

Find out how CorelDRAW Master, Artist and Graphic Designer Silvio Gomes creates a 'puzzle' effect in CorelDRAW by fragmenting images using the Powerclip and Ungroup tools.

Click here to learn about his technique.

Note: This tutorial is available in 11 languages (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Dutch, Polish, Russian, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese).


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Posted Thu, Jun 6 2013 9:00 by cbrosius

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silvershoes wrote re: Written tutorial of the month: Simulating a 'puzzle' effect in CorelDRAW® X6
on Fri, Jun 7 2013 9:56

Well done, Silvio, thanks!

I already knew how to do this, but it was a timely reminder even so. I imagine it will be even more helpful to those who don't.

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