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There is a Q&A "How do I wrap my drawings around a circle in Illustrator?" and I'd like to do this in CorelDraw. Any thoughts would be helpful.

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Actually is the same as the two answers on the other question.

Option 1:

(Sorry for the strange order of the letters used):

A. Prepare an object. I would not use too complex shapes at first to see how they react. Select it.

D. Use the artistic brush tool.

E. Save it on the disk.

B. Select a shape and apply it.

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Note. I was forced to make two patterns because, on my version, the pattern is applied on "change" This is when selecting it from the two or more options panel.

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Option 2:

Use the envelop tool

Effects > Envelope

Select your object to be deformed select one envelope type (experiment) and apply new.

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  • Option 1 worked. Took me a while to see where to save it (E). For me, I found the save button in my toolbar on the right side. Now I have lots of tweaking to do but going great. Thanks for your time. Mar 27 at 16:13

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