Hand drew vinyl cut & press fit images first (mech. pencil & paper) - always fun!
back and forth between Cut Studio and CorelDraw....
Used Wacom tablet and stylus to draw in silhouette of company acronym in CorelDraw - edited with Cut Studio
*could have drawn straight into the bitmap of CorelDraw to skip a few steps
I'm hopeful but not sure about my press-fit vision - "Many Hands"
hand-shaped pieces that can connect...
I wanted to simply draw in my hand drawing and edit it within the software...
the tablet didn't fully orient into the virtual page and/or I couldn't figure out how to limit the size of my
drawing to keep from overdrawing other images...
Editing in CutStudio is a breeze... I hate CorelDraw, but I have to throw the images back in there to use the laser-cutter, direct from the machine.
When using the laser-cutter, tinker only with the speed when you send a job.
Cutting at improper speeds for various materials can start fires!
So for CorelDraw and using the Epilog laser cutter (75watt), I used this tutorial to figure out how to do anything in CorelDraw:
SAVE YOUR WORK OFTEN to SAVE YOUR SANITY!!!!
The first 2 drawings are my original sketches, while the last one is my more detailed drawing over Zuberi's example:
Here's a video of me adjoining the precise, smaller hands, to the imprecise, larger hands:
Creating a Vinyl Sticker
This tutorial perfectly shows you how to weed out your vinyl image and how to use the transfer tape/film to adhere and mount your image to a selected surface.
CorelDraw Tutorial: Start the Video at 0:46