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### d_vbp_print

1. 1. ® Welcome to CorelDRAW 10, a powerful vector-based drawing program designed for creating professional artwork. CorelDRAW lets you convert vector graphics to bitmapped images and apply wide range o f special effects to the bitmaps. What you will learn In this tutorial, you will learn how to: ! convert a vector image to a bitmapped image ! apply special effects to the bitmapped image Before you start Before you start, you will need to download the sample files from the first page of the online tutorial, or substitute with your own graphics. You w ill use a Co relDraw 10 form at (.cdr) file. This is a vector graphic of a logo for a fictitious cafe, The Coffee Shop, that you will convert to a bitmapped image. 1
2. 2. Why convert a vector image to a bitmapped image? You can use bitmappe d images a s single object Bitmap - definition in print and online. A b itmapped im age is comprised of a grid of squares called pixels. Each pixel For example, you might need to convert a vector contains information that describes graphic to a bitmapped image so that the image whether it is black or white or has a color can be d isplayed by a W eb b rowser. value. For exam ple, a black an d w hite image will consist of pixels that are either CorelDRAW 10 contains a wide range of special black or white. effects that can only be applied to bitmapped images. To use them, you will need to co nve rt a Vector - definition vector image to a bitmapped one. A vector graphic is comprised of series of points joined by lines along a defined In this tutorial, you w ill convert a vector im age to path. It contains mathematical information a bitmapped image and apply two spe cial effects about its direction, size, angles, to the bitmap. thickness, color, and other attributes. You can change these attributes independently. CorelDRAW is a vector graphics program. Convert a vector image to a bitmapped image In this lesson, you will convert a logo for a coffee shop to a bitmapped image. The logo was created in C orelDR AW 10 as a vector im age. Before yo u co nve rt it, how eve r, you must o pen it. See the C orelDRAW online docume ntation for information about your conversion options. Open a vector image 1. Click File menu Open. 2. Navigate to the working directory into which you saved the file coffee_logo.cdr. 3. Double-click the coffee_logo.cdr file. Convert the vector image to a bitmapped image In this conversion to a bitmapped image, you will choose the RGB Color setting, which is used for color monitor displays. To show the d etails of the logo fully, you will choose the highest display resolution. 2
3. 3. 1. In the toolbox, click the Pick tool . 2. Click The Coffee Shop logo. 3. Click Bitmaps menu Convert to bitmap. The Convert to bitmap dialog appears. 4. From the Color list box, choose RG B C olor (24-b it). 5. From the Resolution list box, choose 300 dpi. 6. Click OK. You can now add special effects to the image. Apply special effects to the bitmapped image In C ore lDR AW 10, you can apply a w ide ran ge of special effects to bitmapped im ages. In th is lesson, you will apply two special effects to The Coffee Shop logo: ! Tile effect ! Page Curl effect or Sphere e ffect First, you will tile the image: multiplying a miniature version of it on a grid. You can select how many images will run horizontally and vertically along the grid. Apply the tile effect to the bitmapped image 1. Click the Pick tool and select the object. 2. Click Bitmaps menu Distort Tile. 3. In the Tile dialog, click the Enable the Lock button to set equal values in the Horizontal and Vertical boxes. 4. Type 5 the Horizontal tiles, Vertical tiles, and Overlap % boxes. 5. Click OK. Now, you can apply another special effect to the tiled logo. 3
4. 4. This is what the tiled image should look like: To apply the Page Curl effect to the tiled image 1. Click the Pick tool and select the object. Page Curl effect gives the tiled image the 2. Click Bitmaps menu 3D Effec ts Pag e Cu rl. appearance of peeling wa llpaper. 3. In the Pag e Cu rl dialog, enable the following options: a. Direction: Horizontal If you want to remove a b. Pap er: Opaque special effect that you have just applied to a 4. Set the Width and Height to 50%. bitmapped im age, press Ctrl+Z. 5. Click the Eyedropper button beside the Curl color picker. 6. Click the cen ter of the coffe e cu p to set th e C url color to the same orange color as the cup. 7. Click OK. 4
5. 5. This is what the page curl effect looks like: To apply the Sphere effect to the tiled image 1. Select the tiled object. Sphere effect forces the center image into a bubble-like appearance 2. Click Bitmaps menu 3D Effects Sph ere. 3. Enable the Qu ality option. 4. Type 50 in the Percentage box. 5. Click OK. This is what the sphere should look like: 5