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21: Corel PhotoImpact X3: [Calendar design]

Postby Yukie » Fri Apr 11, 2008 12:27 pm

1.Go to File > Open ¡÷create a photo from the folder where you save.
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2.Go to Effect > Creative > Particle Effect ¡÷choose Particle: Snow¡÷replace the Density value "500" from Basic tab's Effect control section. Click "OK" ¡÷choose "Apply Current Frame Effect to Image".
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¡°Snow Effect of scene as below
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3.Go to Effect > Artistic > Cartoon¡÷choose Shading Style is "Flat", Detail set "80"¡÷Click "OK".
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¡°Add to the Cartoon Effect of scene as below
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4.Go to Effect > Lighting > Warm ¡÷choose the third one of the second line¡÷Click "OK".
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5.Go to Effect > Lighting > Lights ¡÷choose the second one of the third line¡÷Click "OK".
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¡°Add to the Warm and Lights Effect of scene as below
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6.Go to EasyPalette > Libraries > Calendar > All ¡÷choose "M03" from all the samples then drag out.
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7.Right click on the sample¡÷choose "Ungroup".
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8.Delete the original below background, go to Tool > Texture Fill Tool choose "Natural Texture" pick one from "Select texture fill group" on the top tool bar.
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9.Delete the original background in above part, drag your image into above part. Use "Crop Tool" to resize and Text resize, save as JPG file then finish edited.
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Postby sjj1805 » Fri Apr 11, 2008 11:46 pm

Simple effective and useful. Nice easy to follow instructions.
Good luck in the competition.
:D
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