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CorelDRAW® X7 User Guide. Product specifications, pricing, packaging, technical support and information (“specifications”) refer to the retail English version. In this tutorial you will learn the best tips, ideas, and tactics to creating . Open, edit and import Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and PDF files in CorelDRAW. Enjoy a greater variety of ISO-compliant PDF/X export options. New support for PDF/X-4 helps ensure easy output of files that are compatible with the widest.
Also available for Mac! Open the Image Adjustment Lab to correct color balance and tone issues. To save the first frame of your animation, choose File, Export. More From Taufik Abidin. From straight forward call-outs to dimensioning lines that offer ten decimal place accuracy. It's coming, though.
Select both the circles. Select Interactive Fill Tool. Drag the pointer on the object. Select Radial Fountain Fill from property bar.
With the proper combination of two colors create the ring effect. White is chosen as a mid color in the following ring. Draw the shape which you want to remove to get entangled effect on the top cross section of the rings. Click on the top circle to trim. Delete the shape after trimming. Add the number of rows and column using Property Bar. Input the same values for rows and cols. Select the graph paper and delete it.
Select any portion of the ball and keep on pressing Tab till one more circle behind the ball get selected. Delete that circle also. This tutorial will show you how to create Yahoo!
Many people have written asking how these are done and I'll be demonstrating the technique with all of the programs I write tutorials for. Some things may be done differently with other versions. Sometimes it's harder to create a certain look in a drawing program versus a paint program.
This is not the case with these buttons, however. In fact, since these are done with a drawing program you can easily add certain features such as text that wraps around the button.
Begin by drawing a circle. Holding down the CTRL key while dragging the cursor will assure you of a circular rather than an elliptical oval shape. Click OK. You should have something like figure 6. Place the mouse over the Fill tool and hold down the left button until the flyout menu appears. Select the Fountain Fill Dialog icon. This will bring up the Fountain fill dialog box.
Leave the Color Blend as Two color the From: Click OK and your image should resemble figiure 6. Bring up the Fountain Fill Dialog box again.
Left-click on the From: This will bring up a small menu of colors.
Choose the color you want the button to be: I chose a dark blue. Click OK and you'll have something like figure 6. That's it for the button. You can add text or clip-art images. I added a Yippee! Make sure you keep a copy of the vector drawing i. To be honest, I didn't really see the potential for animated GIFs. Most of the early images I saw were kind of cheesy. On top of that, I prefer keeping my images' download time to a minimum, and animated GIFs can get rather large very quickly.
Recently, though, I've seen the light. Done right, animated GIFs can be pretty cool. And, with today's GIF animation software, animated image file size can be kept quite reasonable. Animated GIFs can be real attention-getters on banner ads, can really add to the appeal of a static logo, and they can certainly add some pizzazz to a web page.
Animated 3D text has become so popular on the web, in fact, that there are now several dedicated programs available for you to choose from. These programs, produced by software companies such as Xara and Ulead, make the creation of animated 3D text as simple as point-and-click.
What if you need to do more than animate simple text? Normally you might think of resorting to a dedicated 3D-rendering program.
These programs can be expensive, though, and they often have pretty steep learning curves. So what can you do? That's right! Corel DRAW! Here's how you can use the extrusion features to give depth to, light, and spin your creation I'm using version 7, but the method should translate well to other versions.
First I entered the text using the Text tool. I then selected the text by clicking on the Pick tool. This enabled me to change the font and the size of the text. I chose Braggadocio at 72 points. Because I didn't want to create just simple text, but rather I wanted a logo, I decided to cut the text out of a simple oval shape. To do that, I selected the Ellipse tool and dragged an oval shape around the text. To line these elements up, marquee-select them all with the Pick tool and choose Arrange, Align and Distribute.
With the elements still selected, click the Combine button on the property bar. This will combine, or cutout, the text from the oval.
I choose a light blue color see figure 9. Now that the logo design is complete as simple as it is , it's time to extrude the image, light it, and start creating the separate frames you'll need in order to complete the animation. Choose Effects, Extrude to bring up the Extrude dialog box see figure 9. This is where you'll do most of the work needed to create the frames of your spinning animation. In this dialog box you'll see 5 tabs. The first three, Extrude, Rotate, and Lighting are the ones you'll need to use to create the frames for your animation.
The first thing you should do is extrude the logo. This process gives your logo some depth, i.
Click on the first tab if it's not already active. You can now set the basic shape, viewpoint, and depth of your image. You can play around with the various choices until you get the look you're after. When you're done, click Apply. Click the third tab. Turn on the first light by clicking the first lightbulb icon or Light switch 1. You can now position the light by dragging the small black icon around the 3D grid. You must place the icon on an intersection.
I chose the upper-right corner. Once you've chosen the position for your light, click Apply. At this point you won't really see much difference in your image.
It's coming, though. This option enables you to rotate the logo in 3D space. You'll notice the Corel symbol that's visible in the middle of the dialog box see figure 9.
Changing the position in this manner is a lot of fun. However, you'll need to be more exacting when creating your frames. Below and to the right of the Corel symbol is a small, bent-cornered, rectangular icon. Clicking on this icon will replace the Corel symbol with a set of coordinates, or rotation values. The first controls the rotation about the x- axis, the second about the y-axis and the third about the z-axis. Because I'll be spinning my logo around the y-axis, I'll only need to change the values for number 2.
Before you start to apply the rotation values you should save the first frame. Obviously the first frame doesn't need to be rotated. Before saving the first frame, though, create a white or some other color, if you prefer bounding box around your logo image. Instead, all of that white space is cropped off. It's best to have all of the frames of your animation the same figure 9. Select the Rectangle tool and draw a box around your image.
It doesn't have to be much bigger than the image but it should give you a little extra elbowroom.
On the color palette, left-click the color that you want the box to be. This hides your logo, of course. To center everything again, marquee-select all of the objects and then select Arrange, Align and Distribute.
Place a check mark in the Center of Page box and click OK. To save the first frame of your animation, choose File, Export. In the Export dialog box, choose a folder in which to store the image, give your file a name, and choose a file type. I like to use the BMP file format, because it's bit and it's a format most animation programs recognize and let the animation program handle the palette. I also like to name the frames in sequence. I started this sequence as GD Set the colors to 16 Million Colors.
You can leave the Resolution at anywhere from 72 dpi to 96 dpi because the animation is intended for screen viewing. I always like to set Anti-aliasing to Super-sampling. Once you have entered all of the settings, click OK to save the image. Now you're ready to rotate the logo. By adding the bounding box you de-selected the logo. Simply use the Pick tool to re- select the logo. Click Apply to apply the rotation.
You could rotate the logo by a value of 1 rather than 10 each time, and this would result in an extremely smooth animation. However, it would also result in an unacceptably large final file size. Choose File, Export and name the second frame. I named mine GD You'll need to select the Maintain Aspect Ratio and Super-sampling boxes again.
Back at the Export dialog box, click Edit and enter 20 in the 2nd spin control. Export this frame. Continue on until you hit the value You'll notice that the image is now at 90 degrees see figure 9.
This occurs because Corel DRAW uses the values to for the rotation values and not, as you might expect, degrees. Start with , then , etc, until you hit Although, technically, using these values won't spin the logo so that you see the back of it, using these numbers will give your animation the appearance of spinning degrees around the y-axis.
You should now have 14 frames numbering 00 through You're ready to animate your logo! It's time to fire up your animation program. I like it because it's relatively easy to use-it offers animation and optimization wizards, has good palette control, and accepts a fairly wide range of file formats. Because the wizards work so well, I simply chose to use all of the defaults. When the animation program opens, it offers you a chance to use the Animation Wizard.
From this first dialog box, you can add the images, or frames of your animation. Simply point to the folder where you stored the separate frames.
There's a small quirk, though. The frames will not be in sequence unless you follow this simple rule: Choose the last file in the sequence and then, while holding down the shift key, click on the first filename in the sequence. Click OPEN. You can click through the remaining choices by choosing Next each time. The one place you might want to stray from the default is the Frame Duration. In the last dialog box, choose Finish to close the wizard. To see how your animation will appear, click on the Start Preview button.
You'll see your animation for the first time. Pretty cool, eh? My final, optimized, spinning logo weighs in at a pretty good 11K. If you're not happy with the final result, re-run the wizard and tweak some of the settings.
Some of the biggest savings can be achieved by lowering the color depth. I saved the logo with 64 colors, but I probably could have gone lower without sacrificing too much of the image's quality. You should spend a little time getting to know the animation software. Most of the packages I've tried are fairly easy to use and come with pretty extensive online help.
That's it. Try adding a bevel use the last tab in the Extrude dialog box , or adding a second and third light, etc. Extrude your images to different depths and try filling them with textures as well as solid colors. Pretty soon you'll be wowing the visitors at your web site with all manner of spinning and moving logos and buttons. This tutorial will demonstrate how you can create a page curl effect. Many people have written asking how this is done and I'll be demonstrating the technique with all of the programs I write tutorials for.
Sometimes it's harder to see how a certain effect can be created in a drawing vector or object oriented program versus a paint program. It may not be immediately obvious how to create the effect using a collection of objects rather than just being able to paint the pixels in.
I think this may be the case with an effect like a page curl. For this tutorial I'll create a yellow sticky note and curl one corner of it up. Begin by drawing a rectangle. Once you've drawn the rectangular shape, fill it with a bright yellow see figure 7. Let's show you how! In this tutorial we would like to show you how easy it is to create greetings cards that look almost hand-painted by using the stunning Auto-Painting features in Corel Painter In today's tutorial, in time for the holiday season, we will show you how to quickly find content for creating your own seasonal greetings card using CONNECT.
Then, in CorelDRAW we will be bringing all of our design elements together to create a truly personal greetings card. However, once its potential is uncovered, it quickly becomes a favorite tool among CorelDRAW pro users.
Using simple objects and fountain fills, Anna will show you how to create seemingly complex objects with the appearance of volume. Are you involved with technical drawings? One of the most difficult things for many photo-editing users to master, is probably how to mask hair. If you can master masking hair, then you'll able to master most masking techniques. Tattoos often give cause for regret. So before applying a tattoo on your body, CorelDRAW can simulate the look of a real tattoo, thus avoiding mistakes with the size, design shape, text, etc.
Drawing in perspective is not as difficult as it might first seem. Color management ensures a more accurate color representation when a document is viewed, modified, shared, exported to another format, or printed. A storyboard is a series of images, usually with frames, that tells a story for a movie or TV production, or other projects.
By using layers, you can reduce your work time, make it easier to handle the job at hand, and increase the accuracy level of your designs. Color styles can be combined into groups called harmonies. A harmony allows you to link color styles into hue-based relationships and modify them together as a set. By editing color styles in a harmony, you can quickly create a variety of alternate color schemes by shifting the colors together, or you can alter the color composition of your artwork in one step.
In this Tutorial, we will look at the Curve Tool Flyout. CorelDRAW has the power and the flexibility to allow you to create even the most detailed of drawings or designs with ease and accuracy.
From straight forward call-outs to dimensioning lines that offer ten decimal place accuracy. The Mesh Fill tool lets you create a fill that contains subtle changes in color, which adds a sense of realism. Learn how to apply a mesh to an object, fill a mesh with color, smooth the appearance of color in a mesh fill and apply transparency to a mesh fill.
This information is saved with the file for future use. Learn how to disable this automatic color tracking, manually add colors to the Document palette, remove a color from the Document palette, and reset the Document palette. The Pixel view in CorelDRAW lets you create drawings in actual pixel units, which gives you a much better idea of how a design will appear on the Web. The Export for Web dialog box provides a single access point for common export controls, so you don't need to open additional dialog boxes when preparing a file for export.
Learn more about both of these handy features.
Discover how to use Vibrance, Grayscale and Photo Filter effects to add professional-looking touches to your photos. In this tutorial you will learn how to create an 8 page brochure, from idea to publishing.
Learn how to create master pages, pie charts, flow charts, interactive navigational buttons and publish your presentation as a full screen PDF. Use this one stop shop to test, recall, and compare common color and tone corrections. Are you spending hours converting bitmap images into vectors? Cutting corners doesn't get much easier than this.
CorelDRAW sports three new shaping commands that give you the power to instantly apply perfect rounded, reverse-rounded, or beveled corner effects to vector objects. Protect your property! Password security options help control who can and cannot work with your files. Whether you are working with a drawing or an imported bitmap, the new Crop tool lets you remove portions of your graphic quickly and easily.
You no longer need to ungroup objects, break linked groups apart, or convert objects to curves to remove unwanted areas in a graphic. Did you know that you can automatically reduce the number of nodes in curve objects? Often, complex curve objects contain overlapping or redundant nodes that are not necessary for editing the object.
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