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Chapter 3 – Filling Tool In this chapter, we will teach the use of the most used tools and resources property bar The topics to be presented are: Color Snap window Fill Types Fill tool Thread Color Snap Window This window shows options for defining detailed form of colors to objects selected through color models with change each color numbers When we want to apply color more accurately in its objects, we use a lot this tool set in great detail To access these functions, click the Color button that is in the Toolbox Through this window, you can access several options: Control Color Sliders Account Color Drops Viewers colors Color palette Control Color Sliders It allows you to change the colors defined by color model that can be applied through numbers to mix a color with another The standard model used for document printing in CorelDraw is called CMYK This model represents the Cyano color, Magenta, Yellow and Black Are standard colors for construction of any color in the document which totals million colors Note the object with the fill colors differentiated by numbers through the CMYK model: Once you set the colors by numbers, click the Fill or Outline button to apply to the selected object Account Color Drops tool to capture any color objects on the screen, inside or outside application When we want to apply some color into selected object like an item on the screen We use this tool We remind that all of the computer screen items belong to the RGB colors To apply a color from the selected object through this tool, click the button Account Color Drops is the Color docker, then click anywhere on the screen to capture the color Viewers colors tool that lets you select a color by dragging the mouse and also the numbers for the color model (CMYK) This tool is very interesting when we want to create a similar color to an object that is observing To select a color using this tool, click the button Viewers of colors that is the color docker Then use the drag the mouse over the viewer colors and numbers the color model Color palette This tool lets you select a color from a collection of special color palettes or scale The palette pantone colors are systems used in small graphic industries To access this palette, click the Palette button that is in the window color plug Then select the palette of your choice Topic Fill Types With this tool, we can modify various types of changing filling object's fill properties selected When we want to fill changes making it very professional the drawings in the application, we use very different types of filling To access these types of fill, click the Edit Fill button which is in the toolbox With this tool, we can make various kinds of color applications: No Fill Uniform Source Vector pattern Bitmap pattern Two-color pattern Textures PostScript Uniform Lets do a solid fill to the selected object With this tool, we can do the same applications as color explained earlier by Slider Tool colors Source It lets you apply a color gradient to the selected object or tones When we want to apply a fill with more than one color effects We use this tool very See the tool settings Fill Source: Vector pattern It contains a list of vectors that can be applied to a fill selected object When we want to make a filling with a standard highlight, we use this feature which brings a list of patterns that can be applied to the object Bitmap pattern It lets you apply a bitmap pattern fill to the selected object that are images in various formats such as BMP, JPG, etc.
Through this filling, we can create a fill in the object images that are saved on your computer Two-color pattern Lets you apply a fill to the selected object the pattern of two colors Through this fill, the object will have a standard equal the vectors of filling however, only two colors will be used Texture Lets you apply a fill to the selected object a default texture to create the illusion of a variety of textures such as water, clouds and stone Through this filling, you can give an artistic touch in your objects quickly and practice through a list of textures PostScript It lets you apply a fill to the selected object of intricate texture PostScript With this feature, you can choose several PostScript through a list No Fill Remove all fill was applied over the filling tool or even solid colors that are applied through the color palette When an object does not contain filling, it becomes transparent Topic Fill Tool It contains several filling features that makes the most outstanding objects with intelligent and interactive effects Through these resources, we can make two types of fill that is in the box tools: fill Interactive Smart fill fill Interactive tool that allows you to dynamically apply the current fill to an object in the drawing window Through this tool, you can move with mouse over the selected object by making with the set filling is automatically applied When you select the Interactive fill tool, the property bar will appear offering various forms of padding When selecting one of these fills, you will see a set of tools for you use the Fill application to the selected object Note the following step how to make an interactive fill using Source fill and its properties: Type: Elliptical Source Fill Color Knot: Red Acceleration: -50 ° Through the markers that appear on the object, you can drag to any position to change your fill property Smart fill tool for creating objects overlapping areas and applying a Fill these objects quickly and conveniently Through this tool, you can apply colors on all objects of your choice just a single click When you select the Smart fill tool, the property bar will appear offering various forms of padding and contouring REVIEW Through this review, we will show the steps of this application exercises contained in the book Mastering CorelDRAW X7 Pay close attention to the details of each stage, the tools used, etc.
If in case you can not keep up, repeat the review step to reach understanding and the object of the exercise 1.
Open CorelDRAW X7 application.
Create a new blank document.
Draw a rectangle in the size 50mm x 50mm.
Select the rectangle and apply the following fill colors using Color Control Sliders: The.
Color Model: CMYK B.
C: 20 w.
F: 30 d.
Y: 15 and.
K: 10 5.
Draw an ellipse in size 50mm x 50mm.
Select the ellipse and apply the following fill colors using Color Drops account the color docker and click on the taskbar to copy the color.
Draw a rectangle in the size 35mm x 35mm.
Select the rectangle and apply the following fill colors using Color Viewers: The.
Color Model: CMYK B.
Color: Use the mouse to drag the choice 9.
Draw an ellipse in size 35mm x 35mm.
Select the ellipse and apply the following fill color using the Color Palette in the color docker below: The.
Model Palette: Pastel Coated B.
Color: 100% Magenta PANTONE 0521 C 11.
Draw an ellipse in size 45mm x 45mm.
Select the ellipse and apply the following fill colors using Uniform Fill in the window: The.
Color Model: RGB B.
A: 215 w.
G: 150 d.
B: 50 13.
Draw an ellipse in size 45mm x 45mm.
Select the ellipse and apply the following fill color using Fountain Fill in the window: The.
Color 1: 0% and Yellow B.
Color 2: 50% and Red w.
Color 3: 100% and Blue d.
Type: Gradient Fill Cone and.
Mirror, repetition and inversion Repeat and mirroring f.
Acceleration: 45 ° g.
Horizontal shift: 15% H.
Vertical offset: 15% i.
Rotate 35 ° 15.
Draw a rectangle 45mm x 45mm in size.
Select the rectangle and apply the following fill colors using Vector Pattern Fill in the window: The.
Selector filling: Option 2 B.
% Of tiles: 75 ° 17.
Draw a rectangle in the size 45mm x 45mm.
Select the rectangle and apply the following fill colors using Bitmap Pattern Fill in the window: The.
Selector filling: Case 3 B.
Of Color Edge:.
Brightness: -25 d.
Rotate 45 ° 19.
Draw a rectangle in the size 90mm x 45mm.
Select the rectangle and apply the following fill colors using Standard Two Color Fill: The.
Type: 4th Option B.
Front Color: Light Gray w.
Background Color: Red d.
Tilt: 25 ° and.
Filling width: 50mm f.
Fill height: 50mm 21.
Draw a rectangle 30mm x 60mm in size.
Select the rectangle and apply the following fill colors using Texture Fill in the window: The.
Type: Case 1 B.
Number of Texture: 3000 w.
% Softness: 35 d.
% Density: 15 and.
East Light: -25 f.
west of light: 0 g.
% Volume: 90 H.
Shadow: Red i.
Light: Yellow j.
% Gloss: 20 23.
Draw an ellipse in size 25mm x 60mm.
Select the ellipse and apply the following fill colors using PostScript Fill: The.
Type: Bars B.
Width: 25 w.
Spacing (%): 100 d.
Gray Max: 150 and.
Gray Min: 50 25.
Select the first rectangle and apply the No Fill tool.
Draw a polygon in size 50mm x 50mm.
Select the polygon and apply the following fill color using Fountain Fill: The.
Elliptical fill Source: Enabled B.
Color Knot: Red w.
Node Transparency: 25% 28.
Draw a polygon in size 75mm x 75mm.
Activate the Smart Fill tool and apply the red color to the polygon.
Save the document in the default folder via the Close button with the Exercise name Chapter 3 – A.
Reopen the CorelDRAW X7 application.
Create a new blank document.
Do this drawing below obeying fills and formats: 34.
Save the document in the default folder via the Close button with the Exercise name Chapter 3 – B.
CONGRATULATIONS You have just completed another chapter of CorelDRAW X7 Next, we will pass the theoretical evaluation to test your understanding of the topics presented.
If case you miss more than 50% of the test, I recommend you watch this video again.
Be sure to practice with the exercise of the teaching material and exercise book to remember the topics.
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