I was just wondering if there is a fast way to doing something like that. Maybe I can download a pattern i can use with corel or somewhere I can get a honeycomb vector so I can intersect the fill from it. Thanks though
The method you used once mastered should only take a minute or two.
Use the polygon tool to make a 6 sided polygon.
Edit->"Step and repeat" it along the X-axis for however long you need it.
Select all the ones you made (left click+drag), move them to the southeast/southwest node so it creates the pattern while still holding the left mouse button right click to duplicate, then release.
Step and repeat for however long you need (you'll need to multiply the size of one original polygon by 1.5 to get it flush on the repeat).
Then either intersect or powerclip.
The above assumes you have snapping to nodes enabled. Node snapping makes manipulation of artwork elements a lot easier in Corel, it's a bit annoying when working zoomed in on things, but it saves a lot of time in my opinion.
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